GMC are a company known for innovative ideas and unique aesthetics – for instance the Bulldozer and Corona. Once again, the Korean company have created a rather unique looking enclosure, named the X-Station. This PC case, like most of GMC’s product range, seems to have a very bold appearance but does it live up to the standards set by their other cases? Only one way to find out.
“GM Corporation Ltd is a manufacturer and distributor headquartered in Seoul, Korea and founded in 1996. The company offers a wide range of PC cases, power supplies, computer peripheral and service to customers worldwide. It is GMC’s mission to be the best provider of the state-of- the-art products in the global market. By offering superior products and complete service, the company seeks to share the enjoyable computer life for worldwide end users.”
- Gaming PC case (strong cooling system)
- Easy swap bay (5.25″ and 3.5″ bay)
- Easy front panel detachment
- Vast internal space enough for the large graphic card
- System check through front LCD indicator
- Side fan installed (fan controller included)
- front AC’97 and HD AUDIO
- front USB port 4 pcs
- Multi power switch – available for under and up the desk
- Accessory box included
425(D) x 420(H) x 190(W)
White, Black, LimeGreen, OceanBlue, Hotpink, Orange, SkyBlue
1 (External), 5 (Internal)
USB 2.0 x 4, Sound (Microphone, Earphone) port, HD AUDIO
Front: 120mm cooling fan
Box and Bundle
The GMC X-Station arrives in a relatively standard size cardboard box. The front and rear of the box are exactly the same; they simply list the key features of the enclosure and showcase a large image of the case standing with all its lights beaming.
After opening the box up and removing the accessories from inside the GMC X-7, you will find the following:
- User’s Manual
- Accessories Box containing:
- Quick User Manual (leaflet style)
- Cable Ties
- Cable Tie Mounts
- Bios Speaker
- Card Washers
- Silver Motherboard Standoffs
- Gold Fan Screws
- Green, Pink and Black Assorted Screws
Enclosing the accessories inside a box is a good idea. You’ll be surprised by how many cases do not do this which sometimes results in bits getting lost.
The multi-coloured screws are certainly ‘different’, most cases simply contain screws in the bog-standard black or silver. That said, since the case is black, I’d be surprised if people used anything but the black ones.