The G.Skill Z5i is the manufacturer’s first mini-ITX case, and features a unique design that will stand out anywhere while still being able to accommodate the highest-end hardware available on the market, including graphics cards. up to triple PCI socket with up to 330 mm length.
G.Skill Z5i, for high-end gaming PCs in mini ITX format
This uniquely designed case features two 4mm thick smoked, curved side panels (easily hinged) that wrap around a precision-fabricated one-piece aluminum outer frame to form a unique pentagonal shape. Hardware components can be viewed from both sides, and to allow for a simpler and cleaner workspace, the Z5i is built with a bottom-facing motherboard I / O panel so cables can be managed in one go. neat and simple way.
Designed to house high-end hardware components, the G.Skill Z5i mini ITX supports graphics cards up to 3 slots thick and 330mm long, plus a liquid cooling radiator up to 280mm long or dual case fans 140mm diameter at the back. Ample data storage is also essential in a high-performance system, which is why the Z5i is designed to accommodate up to three hard drives, two of them 2.5 inches and one more than 3.5 “.
For easy access to external USB devices, the front panel is equipped with two USB 3.0 ports and one USB-C 3.1 port, providing high-speed connections for modern portable storage devices or even smartphones. The Z5i also integrates ARGB lighting at the bottom to provide low-glare ambient lighting via the standard 3-pin 5V RGB header that can be connected to the motherboard and controlled by the motherboard’s lighting software.
Designed to support high-end components and integrate unique features into the compact mini ITX form factor, the G.Skill Z5i has already received worldwide recognition with design awards such as iF Design Award 2021 and Red Dot Design Award 2021. Mind you, At the moment the manufacturer has not announced the availability date or the price of this box, and in fact despite the fact that we have received the press release of its launch in which we are echoing here, this box for now does not It is not even listed on its official website.