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
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
HTC said:
It's still visible, in the 2nd pic, that the board isn't strait ...
It shouldn't matter. You wanted to properly see the case's interiors (such as motherboard tray). You got a pic that shows you that.
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#2
PhysXerror
This is so much fail :laugh:. Ive never heard of Spire before, but IMHO they should stick to making low end/budget cases in the future :shadedshu
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#3
NdMk2o1o
gumpty said:
Hold on ... is that motherboard even screwed in? Is it just me or is it on the piss?
DRDNA said:
Who supplied the pictures of that case?
I HOPE it was NOT the vendor!
btarunr said:
It is the vendor. They ran out of screws to fit the board. It must be suspended on just one or two.
quick_2 said:
wheres the backplate for the mobo?!?... FAIL
Seriously though it's like,
we have done the case, let's just get a fricken mobo in there and shoot some pics, I need a beer
:wtf::roll:
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#4
Depth
"Computers? We don't build computers; we build cases. What? A photoshoot? And you need to fasten the motherboard? Aren't there screws for that or something? Here use this one. Yeah that'll work, whatever"
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#5
Spire
Assembly apologies

We're not good at assembling... :(

Sorry about that, we'll have the Sentor 6004 assembled properly today and update the images.

Despite this I hope you like the case itself?

Thanks!
Vivianne Yeh
Spire Corp.
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#6
Spire
btarunr said:
It shouldn't matter. You wanted to properly see the case's interiors (such as motherboard tray). You got a pic that shows you that.
True! Thank you :)
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#7
Maban
Spire said:
We're not good at assembling... :(

Sorry about that, we'll have the Sentor 6004 assembled properly today and update the images.

Despite this I hope you like the case itself?

Thanks!
Vivianne Yeh
Spire Corp.
It's an alright case, but certainly not for $120. It's obviously a modified CM690. And with that you fixed a couple of its flaws but kept and added some too. Now, I could go listing off everything I find right or wrong, but I don't have the time at the moment. Overall it's competition at $60-$100 offers much more value. Even its sibling, the Savit 6005, which is almost exactly the same thing, is $40 cheaper.
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#8
Spire
The chassis factory is the same as cooler master´s. We´ve opened a new tooling and front panel. The MSRP is our indication, but you know that most retailers will sell it cheaper. If you have time I´d love to hear what you would like to see improved/changed.
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#9
Meizuman
Spire said:
If you have time I´d love to hear what you would like to see improved/changed.
Would like to see larger holes for cables on the motherboard tray, also rubber grommets.

I don't know if that mesh on the tray is removable but it should have a hole for convenient CPU cooler changing procedure.

A place for a case fan on the bottom, since this case is longer type, it would easily fit.

Also a place for one or two 12 cm top fans plus a removable metal mask plate on the top of it, if someone doesn't want to use them.

Thanks

EDIT: Oh, it has places for fans already... Just looked at the promo pictures :|
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#10
gumpty
Yeah, holes for routing the cables behind the motherboard tray, rather than squashing them behind the motherboard itself.
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#11
Spire
Meizuman said:
Would like to see larger holes for cables on the motherboard tray, also rubber grommets.

I don't know if that mesh on the tray is removable but it should have a hole for convenient CPU cooler changing procedure.

A place for a case fan on the bottom, since this case is longer type, it would easily fit.

Also a place for one or two 12 cm top fans plus a removable metal mask plate on the top of it, if someone doesn't want to use them.

Thanks

EDIT: Oh, it has places for fans already... Just looked at the promo pictures :|
1. The mesh on the tray is removable
2. There is a place + fan filet for a 12cm fan on the bottom
3. You can install two 12cm fans on the top

Regards,
Vivianne
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