GMC are a Korean manufacturer of PC chassis and they are aiming to continually create innovative and functional products for enthusiasts who would like to have something a little different.
Not too long ago they released their patented R series cases, the only tower chassis products utilizing a perpendicular ODD mounting design. Today we will have a look at another R series case, the R-4 Bulldozer. The R-4 Bulldozer is a tower case designed to house a full gaming ATX system, but with the minimum possible dimensions. We will examine its advantages and downsides in the following review.
Manufacturer Features and Specifications
Dimension ( W x H x D )
Chassis 180 x 420 x 380mm
USB 2.0 x 2port, Audio + MIC
5.25" x 1, 3.5" x 2(Int)
ATX, Micro ATX, Full ATX
Net : 3.2Kg
Rear : 80mm x 2pcs or 120mm x 1pcs
Bottom : 80mm
Front : 92mm LED fan
Packaging and Bundle
The cardboard box of the R-4 Bulldozer is so small that you will find it hard to believe there is actually an ATX case inside. The artwork on the box is focused on pictures of the case itself, but you can find plenty of information about the product as well. This is the first time we’ve seen a case protected by strong air packs rather than Styrofoam pieces… air packs provide better protection during transport and are more friendly towards the environment. The bundle is very basic; a plastic bag with the necessary screws, an extension slot cover and a minimalistic manual.
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