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Gigabyte Poseidon 310

Author:  Mike Santini
Date:  2008.08.27
Topic:  Cases
Provider:  Gigabyte
Manufacturer:  Gigabyte

Gigabyte Poseidon 310


When it comes to building a new rig, whether it be for gaming or high-end computing, the case plays a large role. The case is not just a box to hold your computer parts, but the vessel which holds it's spirit. You want a case that offers upgradability, isn't loud and isn't regretable, and the Gigabyte Poseidon 310 is just that. Here's why.


  • Intricate design details
  • Brushed aluminum front panel
  • Interchangeable side panels : vented steel mesh or transparent acrylic
  • Liquid cooling upgrade ready
  • Washable dust filter
  • Silent and vibration-less
  • Modularized housing
  • Tool-less and cable managed
  • RoHS ready


Model Number GZ-AA3CB (SJS/SJB)
Dimensions 200 x440 x 505 mm (W x H x D)
Front Bezel Material Aluminum
Color Silver/black
Body Material SECC 0.7mm
Net weight 9.8 kg (21.6lbs)
5.25" drive bay (External) 5
3.5" drive bay (Externa) 2
3.5" drive bay (Internal) 3
Expansion slots 7
Form factor ATX / Micro ATX
System Fan (front) 1 x 12cm silent fan
System Fan (rear) 1 x 12cm blue LED illuminated silent fan
I / O ports 2 x USB 2.0 / 1 x IEEE1394 / 1 x Audio Set (AC'97/HD)



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