Case Build and Finished Product
Without an ODD and a need for a 3.5" card reader since this chassis already offers that, when we got finished with the build, we are left with the front of the chassis looking identical to when we started fresh out of the box.
We did have to opt for our smaller PSU, as our 850 Watt version was too long to even slide in without cables attached. The upper section offers a view of the wiring from the top of the chassis, but the view is mostly blocked by the view of the video card.
We really had no issues to speak of when it comes to the PSU, video card, or rear I/O alignment, it all fits right into place. Also some of the 6-32 screws can be used for the video cards, but the removable panel also holds our card in securely enough that we didn't bother with screws for it.
The view from this side is mostly of the CPU cooler we chose to try to stuff into this case. Even with it mounted to the motherboard first, it all slid onto the motherboard tray without a hassle. The lower section is then left wide open to allow wiring to be bundled there, and again without a window, it doesn't have to be very tidy down there either.
If we hadn't shown you the images leading up to this one, you could just have easily thought we took this image way earlier, but rest assured, even though it looks exactly as it came out of the box, it is indeed full of hardware.
Powering the SS6-2440, we find that the power button has a ring around it that glows blue, and the LEDs in the front fan are also blue. Aside from the lighting though, when this chassis is powered and 12V supplied to the front and rear fans, we were getting a 37 dB rating for the noise at this time.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Sentey SS6-2440 Micro-ATX Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the SS6-2440]
- Page 5 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 6 [Case Build and Finished Product]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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