Gigabyte Sumo Omega case review
OverviewHardware: Cases & PSU
WHAT WE LIKED:Top mounted hot-swapable hardrive bay, tool less design, lots of room for a mid tower case, light and easily portable, independent fan controllers, supports large graphic cards
WHAT WE DISLIKED:cable routing holes small and unprotected, power supply limited to under 7 inches in length
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Gigabyte is one of those companies that doesn’t need an introduction. When it comes to their products their name speaks for itself. Gigabyte has been supplying us with quality products since 1986; producing motherboards, PC components, peripherals, complete systems and the list goes on. Today we have the opportunity to share one of their newest line of cases. The Sumo Omega is Gigabyte’s newest mid-tower case. Before we get started on the case, let’s start get reacquainted with Gigabyte.
GIGABYTE was founded in 1986, establishing our uncontested position in continuous technological innovation. By focusing on key technologies and achieving strict quality standards, GIGABYTE has been regarded as an innovative and trusted motherboard leader in the globe. To keep pace in a rapidly changing world, we have offered a comprehensive product line covering Motherboards, Graphics Cards, PC Components, PC Peripherals, Laptops, Slate Devices, Desktop PCs, Network Communications, Servers and Mobile Phones. We are dedicated to building up a full-range digital life, responding promptly and sonorously to consumer needs and desires.