Gigabyte C200G is my daily driver. I’ve been using it for like a year and a half. If you are a fan of simplistic PC cases, but don’t want something too expensive, this might be the case for you.
Let’s start with the specifications. This is a Mid-Tower case that supports mini-ITX, m-ATX, and ATX motherboards. It has steel, plastic and glass as its materials. It has 4 drive bays under the PSU Shroud. Besides, there are mounting holes for SSDs to the right of the motherboard.
There are two dust filters, one on the top which is magnetic, and one in the bottom under the PSU, that’s not magnetic. Not to mention, there’s a thin RGB strip in the front.
Radiator and Fan Support
It supports one 120 mm fan in the back, 2 on the top, and 3 in the front. In the back, it supports one 120 mm radiator, 2 120mm or one 240mm radiator on the top, or 2 120mm, 2 140mm, one 240mm or one 280mm radiator in the front.
So what’s my experience with this case? Should you pick it up? In terms of airflow, it’s not the best out there, but it’s fine. As there is glass in the front, it has very little room for intake in the front. The case is qualityful. You won’t be experiencing much scratches on the glass. The build quality is great. The building experience is ok I’d say. Cable management is not the best, but it’s ok. The problem is, the cutouts for wires are not aligned with some motherboards which is a pain when working with stiff cables. But still, it’s a good case to consider.