Zalman MS1000-HS2 Mid-Tower ATX Case

May 24th, 2010 | By Nivedh

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Opening up the package, we are initially greeted by an accessory box.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

The accessory box contains mounting hardware and stands for the case.

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Below that, we can see the case cradled by Styrofoam blocks and protected by a cover.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

Freeing it from its protective packaging, we get our first look at the case.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

The case is very elegant to look at and not at all gaudy. There are four external 5.25″ drive bays.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

Below those are six external 3.5″ hot-swappable drive bays that are hidden behind pop-out panels.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

At the top, we have a large ventilation mesh with a fan underneath it. The power button and I/O panel featuring microphone, headphone, USB, SATA ports and reset button can also be found on top.

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The sides of the case are relatively featureless save for the “Zalman Cool Innovations” logo.

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At the back we have another large fan, seven expansion slots, room for a bottom-mounted power supply, and water cooling grommets.

Zalman MS1000-HS2

The bottom of the case has a removable filter and ventilation holes. The stands also attach here using screws.

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That covers the exterior. Let’s move on to interior.

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