The Trinity by GMC.
GMC sent us the new Trinity case, which is different from the Noblesse SE that we looked at elsewhere in this review. The Trinity crosses the bridge between function and fun. The Trinity is aimed more toward the gamer or enthusiast than is the Noblesse SE.
The version of the Trinity that we received was brand new. It in fact was so new that it has not even been added to their Web site yet. The window in the Trinity has undergone some changes due to the problem that we, as well as others, encountered with the window becoming dislodged from the case. The new revision of the Trinity features a bolting process that bolts the window directly to the side panel of the case, an improvement over the model that was submitted to us for review.
|Number Of Internal 3-½ Bays||1|
|Number Of External 3-½ Bays||5|
|Number Of External 5-¼ Bays||4|
|Number Of Case Fans Supported||4 - 80mm|
|Construction Material||1.0mm metal|
|Power Supply Included||No - Optional|
|Special Features||Flash Card Reader, Hard Drive Selector, Bottom Bay, Blister Packing for hardware kit, sound reduction technology, 3-in-1 Hard Drive selector.|
|Size||200 x 510 x 440 mm|
|Sample Case Provided By||http://www.gmc.co.kr|
|Estimated Cost||$149 US|
|Cooling Potential Rating||8|
|Construction Quality Rating||8|
|Overall Case Rating||8|
A look at the Trinity from the inside.
The case itself is of metal construction and is 1.0mm thick. We found the case to be solid with no bend and very little twist to the overall case. The construction of the case was good, featuring rounded edges and quality finishing within the internal case itself.