So you probably saw the title of this article and thought to yourself, “General Motors is making PC cases now?” So, let me start this article by saying no, the maker of this case is not that GMC. Rather, it is a company from Korea that’s been around since 1996, but from what I can gather has only started selling products in the US in the past couple of years, so that will explain why most of you will not be familiar with their products.
Looking at GMC’s website, it’s obvious they take their “design and innovate” slogan seriously as they offer plenty of, well, innovatively designed cases with lots of striking and interesting models available. Today we are looking at their H-80 case, which is a mid-tower Full ATX case.
The back of the box does a good job of further showcasing the main features of the case, with plenty of graphics demonstrating them. The case’s specifications are as follows:
|Mainboard||ATX, Micro-ATX, Full-ATX|
||ATX (Bottom Mounted)|
|Size||200 (W) X 480 (H) X 495 (D) mm|
||3 EA (Ext.)|
|3.5″ BAY||5 EA (Int.) 1 EA (Ext.)|
|Multiport||USB 2.0 x 4 / E-SATA Port|
||AUDIO (HD AUDIO & AC97)|
|Front: 120mm LED FAN / Side: 250mm LED FAN (120mm FAN x 4 optional) / Bottom: 120MM FAN Optional|
|Top: 120mm FAN / Rear: 120mm FAN & Watercooling Hole|
With 3 x 120mm fans and a further 250mm fan included as stock, the case should have plenty of airflow for cooling even high powered systems.