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Zalman HD135 HTPC Case
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Manufacturer: Zalman
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Zalman HD135 HTPC Case
November 22, 2006

Zalman has always been a leader in silent or extreme low noise computer coolers, power supplies, and accessories, and take a somewhat different approach than most companies offering these products. First and foremost, Zalman does not sacrifice low noise to achieve better cooling. I have had the pleasure of checking out a few Zalman products over the last few years and have always found their "out of the box" thinking and attention to detail second to none. It was for these reasons that I was very excited to work with one of their new HD135 HTPC cases.


When creating a PC system for use at a desk, noise is somewhat of a concern, but a certain level of noise has become acceptable to achieve cooler temperatures. When setting out to create a PC for home theater duty, noise and heat get a lot more attention. Normally you have to trade one for the other; more fans mean less heat build up and more noise, but make a quiet or even silent system and you will build up more heat. Zalman has tried to make the best of both worlds with their HD135.

Features and Specifications:

Enclosure Type: Desktop
Dimensions: 435mm x 425mm x 135mm (17.1" x 16.7" x 5.31")
Weight: 5.2kg (11.5lb)
Material: Aluminum
Motherboard Compatibility: ATX / mATX
Power Supply Support: ATX / ATX 12V
PCI/AGP Card Support: Full Size
Drive Bays:
    5 x 3.5" Internal Drive Bays
    1 x 3.5" External Drive Bay
    1 x 5.25" external Drive Bay
Cooling Components:
    1 x 80mm Exhaust Fan
    1 x 80mm Inflow Fan and Air Duct
Expansion Slots: 7 Slots
Front I/O Ports:
    2 x USB Ports
    1 x IEEE1394 (Firewire) Port
    1 x MIC
    1 x Headphone
Available Colors: Silver/Black
Display Type: VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display)

Packaging:

The Zalman HD135 arrived packed in a brown cardboard shipping container with the actual product box slipped inside. The box shows photographs of both the silver and black versions, and lists the product specifications on the end panel.

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