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GMC H-80 Case Review

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When one hears GMC, they usually think of the automobile manufacturer General Motors Corporation. But that is a different company and no, they did not branch out into the computer chassis market. Instead, GMC is a Korean based company and they have been hard at work designing cases and over the last year, they have managed to release a few unique products to the market. The GMC case we are going to be looking at today is the new H-80. This case comes with some slick features such as red LED fans, a front panel display and has a clean, black design. On top of these, the case comes with more features that will aid in the function and setup of the case, but the best way to see what the H-80 offers is by using it, so let's get this review started.

Closer Look:

The H-80 comes packaged in a large red and black box. The front of the packaging is nicely done, with the top peeling back to reveal the case name, an image of the H-80 below the name and icons and specifications below that. The back of the packaging has a few more pictures of the case, but this portion's main purpose is to inform potential buyers of the features that are utilized by the case and how they work. Each side of the H-80 packaging has an image of the case, with one side being dedicated to the features and the other to the specifications.











The H-80 comes wrapped in a plastic layer with two Styrofoam inserts on each side, for protection. One of the inserts arrived cracked, but luckily there was no visible damage to the case. The accessories that are included with the case come packaged in one of the open 5.25" drive bays in the case and comes packaged in a neatly organized plastic container. The accessories found in this container are tool-less installation rails, installation screws, speaker cable, zip ties and a 4-pin power extender. There is also a user manual and an extra fan filter cover with the accessories, but these are found taped to the container and not within it.



With the case out of the packaging, let's move on and start our closer look.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Working Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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