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Honbontec Gravity 6 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 30, 2017 2:20 pm
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: Honbontec / HBT+

Inside the Gravity 6 Continued

 

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At the bottom of the Gravity 6, is a full-length plastic PSU cover. The edge is angled and is also used to show off the HBT+ name. There are two holes near the middle, for GPU power leads and front I/O wiring, while the front edge has a removable section so that thicker radiators and water tubing can be easily installed.

 

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At the back of the chassis, the seven expansion slot covers are found held in place with thumbscrews. HBT+ also ships the third fan in this location, and it too is a 120mm fan. It is also 3-pin powered and comes with the Molex adapter too.

 

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Not only is this space behind the motherboard tray 34mm in depth, but we also find that the Gravity 6 comes with hook and loop straps to help manage wires. From this view, it is easy to see all seven drive rack locations on the left that the trays can be used in, and the hardware is shipped in the bottom right corner.

 

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Just to the left of the CPU cooler access hole, there is a fan hub screwed to the motherboard tray. This hub requires a SATA power connection, and that the PWM signal cable is plugged into the motherboard. Not only can the three fans be plugged in here, but a total of eight fans can be connected.

 

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Behind the motherboard tray, we also find two more locations for storage drives. Both trays are screwed into place, they have rubber pads to isolate the drives, and both 2.5" and 3.5" drives can be utilized with these.

 

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The length of the cables is enough to get them connected but does not leave much to spare. The native USB 3.0, fan and HD Audio cables are all dressed in black. Sad to see, though, is that the power switch and power LED cables are sent orange and green instead of black as well.

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