The ZALMAN T7 is aimed at price-conscious users and, thanks to its pleasing wave design, scores with excellent airflow. A tinted side part made of 2.5 mm thick acrylic glass also contributes to this, which allows a stylish presentation of the built-in components and has a practical hinge suspension: to access the interior, the viewing window can remain on the housing, a simple one Unfolding is enough. The T7 measures 438 x 202 x 340 mm (H x W x D), holds ATX, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX mainboards, offers 7 slots for expansion cards and space for graphics cards up to 305 mm long, 160 mm high processor coolers and a 240mm radiator on the top. There are two additional slides for mounting hard drives or SSDs in 2.5-inch format on the back of the mainboard tray and in the interior in front of the mainboard.
The scope of delivery of the ZALMAN T7 includes two quiet, 120 mm fans mounted on the front and rear with a speed of 1100 rpm. On this basis alone, very good cooling performance can be achieved in combination with the mesh front. Optionally, the user can retrofit two further 120 mm models on the front and top as well as on the power supply tunnel. The I / O panel of the housing has one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, a power and reset button and jack sockets for connecting headphones and a microphone.
Zalman T7 is a 29.90EUR mid-tower case
Posted on Monday, Feb 17 2020 @ 12:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Is this the cheapest case Zalman has to offer? It could be as the Zalman T7 has a MSRP of merely 29.90EUR. For this bargain bin pricing you get a case with a high-airflow mesh front and a 2.5mm thick acrylic side window. Here's the press release from Zalman (machine translated from German to English because we're lazy):