GMC H-80 Case Review

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GMC H-80 Case – Introduction

On our test bench today is a new case from GMC, the H-80. This latest introduction into the mid-tower case market for the Korean company combines some design aspects of the R-4 Bulldozer and X7 X-Station with enhanced cooling characteristics which appeal to gamers and enthusiasts. With this product GMC is also striving to maximize the flexibility of the chassis while keeping it as compact as possible.


GMC H-80 – Specifications:

Available Color Black
Dimensions (D/W/H) 495x200x440 mm
Net Weight 8.5KG
Motherboard type ATX / Micro-ATX
5.25” Drive Bays 3 External
3.5” Drive Bays 5 Internal / 1 External
Cooling System Front: 120mm LED Fan
Back: 120mm Fan
Top: 120mm Fan
Side: 250mm LED Fan or (opt.) 4x120mm Fans
Bottom: (opt.) 120mm Fan
2xWater Cooling access holes 0.5”
Expansion Slots 7
Front I/O Panel USB 2.0 x4 / E-SATA x1 /MIC x1 / Audio x1 (supports HD Audio)
Power Supply ATX (Bottom mounted)

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