Wednesday, April 14th 2010

Chieftec Intros CH-09B-B-OP ATX Mid-Tower Case

Chieftec rolled out its newest PC case, the CH-09B-B-OP. Adhering to the company's ideology of "more for less", the CH-09B-B-OP is a ATX mid-tower that provides basic casing and more. It measures 540 x 205 x 480 mm with its feet folded, and makes use of steel and ABS. Apart from the five 5.25" and one exposed 3.5" drive bays, the case features tool-free installation, inlets for water-cooling tubing, and ventilations which includes one 120 mm fan in its front and rear, each, and two mounts for 80 mm fans. The new case reach stores later this month.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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7 Comments on Chieftec Intros CH-09B-B-OP ATX Mid-Tower Case

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
bleh on the 80mm fans...

Ive always dug their cases though, especially the dragon line.
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Had a look at a few of their cases - I find them incredibly boring. far from ugly - but just boring.
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#5
rpsgc
by: btarunr
Chieftec rolled out its newest PC case, the CH-09B-B-OP. Adhering to the company's ideology of "more for less", the CH-09B-B-OP is a ATX mid-tower that provides basic casing and more. It measures 540 x 205 x 480 mm with its feet folded, and makes use of steel and ABS. Apart from the five 5.25" and one exposed 3.5" drive bays, the case features tool-free installation, inlets for water-cooling tubing, and ventilations which includes one 120 mm fan in its front and rear, each, and two mounts for 80 mm fans. The new case reach stores later this month.
Its side fans are 92mm not 80mm. The European site says 480mm height but the American site says 442mm :confused:

by: WarEagleAU
bleh on the 80mm fans...
Front and back are 120mm.
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#6
R_1
This is for office PC. Modern enthusiast cases are with 170 -200mm side-panel fan. Change the panel and I am in.
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#7
caleb
I personally own one of those mesh cases from chieftec and I must say I hardly find any use for the side fans. For me a single 120mm fan in the back panel at CPU level was always more than enough. I just setup its rpm to react on computer load and tada silent on web browsing cool on gaming.

Yes their design is a bit boring and some cases that try to be a bit more original fail totally but still quality is very nice considered their price.
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