Gigabyte has been around since the mid-1980s, which makes them one of the founders of the modern custom PC industry. Starting with motherboards, Gigabyte now also makes video cards, cases, optical drives, storage solutions, most periphials, power supplies, air cooling, liquid cooling, notebooks and notebook cooling, and now home media PCs. Gigabyte is well known for their high quality products. They generally market their products to the enthusiast willing to pay a little more for that high quality, but desiring products a little less extreme, a little more on the conservative side.
Surprisingly, the Triton 180 is my first Gigabyte product. I have started to buy Gigabyte motherboards a few times, but each time I opted for Abit. No real reflection on Gigabyte, I started out with an Abit board, and am accustomed to their BIOS, which are generally designed for the overclocker.
So, my expectations for the Triton 180 are that it will be a well made, high quality case, with attention paid to every detail, but but somewhat conservative. Let's see if it lives up to that.
The Triton 180 comes packaged in this attractive case, and well protected by styrofoam packing ends. The packaging is a little unique in that there is a bridge between the ends, and a compartment in the bridge that contains the owner's manual. So even in the packaging, we see Gigabyte's attention to detail.
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