G.Skill announced its first chassis, and it does so by taking a chance on the competitive Mini-ITX chassis market with the G.Skill Z5i, designed to create high-performance gaming equipment in a compact space.

Entirely made of aluminum, and with tempered glass window on both side (one of them is curved, mounted on hinges), its internal design is divided in two, leaving an entire compartment for the GPU, thus allowing it to occupy up to 3 expansion slots with maximum length of 330 m together with support for 280 mm long radiator to integrate a liquid into the system, or add 2x 140 or 120 mm fans to improve the air flow inside the system.

The rest of the known information of the G.Skill Z5i is completed with the installation of 1x 3.5 “/ 2.5” + 2x 2.5 “storage drive, a Mini-ITX motherboard, a power supply in SFX format, we have 2x USB 3.0 ports on the front plus 1x USB-C, magnetized dust filter on the top, and a touch of RGB lighting could not be missing at bottom of the chassis.

Regarding its availability and price, no details were revealed.

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