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[US] Looks like a good Mid PC Case and price

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by Sasqui, Nov 1, 2012.

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    Never heard of the company, and it is completely plastic. Looks gaudy as well (but that is opinion). I'd pony up and get something like the Antec One over that personally.
     
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    Sentey has been around a while, and is sort of like InWin in their designs. You either love it or hate it! As for their build quality, its pretty solid. The tool-lees features work well for the front half, but if you dont have a GPU with a (standard) factory cooler, the plastic clips on the expansion slots may not work right.
     
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    ^^^^ Peet's the man who'd know! :respect:
     
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    At first glance, it looks quite functional. The piano finish I could do without.

    My HAF932 has those plastic slot clips and they have been good for the most part, except for one that I broke the first time, not realising how they worked.
     
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    These clips are not as robust or nice as the CM offerings.
     
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    For the price you cant really beat it, admittedly.

    ESP if Sneaky is right.
     
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    It is a good price, most of their cases are closer to $100. As long as you like it, and don't mind what it offers, you can't really go wrong at the cost of a tank of gas!
     
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    I had one of their cases a few years back ~2007ish
    It looked sorta like an alienware case...Flat black with a shiny grey front bezel and black mesh front with a really neat looking classic clock looking built in fan controller....The case was heavy...it was the heaviest case I have ever owned to this day....I'd still have it but it was a top mounted psu case and I messed up on a mod to the top of the case while mounting a 140mm fan...

    I paid $80 for that case and I would buy another case from them...
     
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    Well said!
     

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