G-Alantic 610i Review
Posted on August 9, 2002
The Front Panel
Here we can see the 5.25" bay on the
left, underneath that the 3.5" hard drive cage and the
3.5" floppy-sized bay on the right (behind the folding
Take care when removing the plastic front
panel - the 2 plastic lugs holding it on are quite thin and
could snap with excessive force. Even with my careful bending
they showed tell-tale white stress marks at the joints for
a few minutes after removal. The panel isn't screwed in from
behind either - so be careful!
The power switches and LEDs are mounted on
the metal case, and fit snugly into the front panel unit when
it is attached.
A ribbon cable runs from the switches and
LEDs, ready for attaching into the motherboard. The motherboard
connector can only fit one way, and attaches easily. Much
better than the seperate strands of cable that are the norm.