Wednesday, December 1st 2010

Spire Launches the Sentor 6004 Professional PC Case

The Sentor 6004 pc case is a high-end, versatile and strong chassis. Well thoug ht out complete tower structure ensuring both maximum performance and computing satisfaction for the professional user, enthusiast and gamer alike. Every element of the Sentor 6004 has been engineered to provide maximum cooling performance. Up to nine (9) LED 12cm fans can be mounted throughout the chassis, ensuring unbeatable cooling. The meshed aluminum front panel and meshed side panel allows unrestricted fresh air intake which is mandatory for today’s extremely hot Micro-processors, Graphic cards and Data Drives.

The spacious internal design enables flexible and neat assembly. Neatly guided and tie cables to the drive cage and mainboard plate modular notches. Sufficient room is available for the installation of water-cooling and long 320mm Graphic-cards. The Chassis is pre-applied with rubber grommet holes for feeding the external water-cooling tubes. In total ten (10) universal drive bays with tool-free support ensure easy and simple installation of your devices. Two drive cages with direct cooling and tool free mounting for five (5) 5.25-inch and five (5) 3.5-inch data / optical drives provide massive storage capabilities. Anti-vibration mountings and application of low speed cooling fans can make this the silent power machine you have been looking for.

Main Features:
  • Powerful & quality finished chassis design
  • Strong 0.7mm SECC Steel structure
  • Cool aluminum all meshed front panel
  • Front-Center USB (x4) HDA & AC'97 SOUND connections
  • Switch and lock tool-less drive and card installation
  • Tool-free thumb-screw acces side panels
  • Large Meshed side panel for active cooling of video-cards
  • Up to nine (9) 120mm Blue LED fans fitting locations
  • High efficient Air In-take, rear, front, top, bottom and side-panel
  • Optimized internal space, fits large CPU coolers and long VGA cards
  • Mainboard cut out for easy mounting of CPU cooler with back-plate
  • Prepared for water cooling tubes and units
  • Supports up to five (5) 3.5-inch & five (5) 5.25-inch drive devices
  • Drive cage and mainboard plate with modular notches to tie cables
  • Extra space between mainboard plate and side panel to hide cables
  • Anti-vibration and tool-less drive installation made easy
  • Functional, creative and opulent style
  • Quality backed by 2 year manufacturer warranty
MSRP: USD 119.95 / EURO 89.99
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36 Comments on Spire Launches the Sentor 6004 Professional PC Case

#1
Maban
Why is the board so crooked? Doesn't seem too "professional" to me.
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#2
gumpty
Hold on ... is that motherboard even screwed in? Is it just me or is it on the piss?
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#3
Maban
Also this looks very similar to the CM690.
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#4
DRDNA
Who supplied the pictures of that case?
I HOPE it was NOT the vendor!
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#5
Maban
Zooming in you can clearly see there is only one screw, the one at the bottom left of the ram slots. I'm not sure I would buy from a company that is so careless with stock photos.
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#6
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: DRDNA
Who supplied the pictures of that case?
I HOPE it was NOT the vendor!
It is the vendor. They ran out of screws to fit the board. It must be suspended on just one or two.
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#7
Kreij
Senior Monkey Moderator
by: btarunr
It is the vendor. They ran out of screws to fit the board. It must be suspended on just one or two.
Rolf ... fail.
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#8
quick_2
wheres the backplate for the mobo?!?... FAIL
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#9
(FIH) The Don
if they were a bit smart they would have layed the case on the side, then the mb wouldnt have been so much off
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#11
gumpty
So much wrong with this.

If it's got "Extra space between mainboard plate and side panel to hide cables", then why didn't they do that, rather than drape the cables over the motherboard.

And why bother installing the CPU cooler when they couldn't be bothered installing any RAM or GPU.

Incredible.
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#12
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
The case looks good though.
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#13
gumpty
Also ... is the CPU fan even plugged in?

MADNESS!!!!
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#14
(FIH) The Don
by: gumpty
Also ... is the CPU fan even plugged in?

MADNESS!!!!
easy now hotshot
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#15
gumpty
The PSU is not screwed in. And the motherboard I/O backpanel is missing. The sheer amount of laziness and failure to make it professional-looking is making my head hurt.
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#16
SirMango
by: Maban
Also this looks very similar to the CM690.
Indeed it does: screws on the 5 1/4 bays, the hard drive sleds...

But it's missing the motherboard tray cutouts to route the PCI-e and 24 pin power cables on the right side of the motherboard.
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#17
KainXS
thats a bad heatsink to pick to show off a case it makes it look smaller than what it actually is
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#18
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
thread of the year :)
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#21
Maban
Well, odds say they had to do at least one thing right.
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#22
blibba
What's the point in a massive case with only 7 expansion slots anyway...
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#23
RejZoR
Looks like Thermaltake Matrix with round edges.
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#24
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Updated post, with a proper "inside" image. Tis a cheap copy of CM690.
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#25
HTC
by: btarunr
Updated post, with a proper "inside" image.
It's still visible, in the 2nd pic, that the board isn't strait ...
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