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Sentey GS-6070 II Abaddom Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 3, 2012 4:10 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%Manufacturer: Sentey

Final Thoughts


Even with somewhat limited space and the money saving tactics, they are small issues with this chassis. The GS-6070 II Abaddom isn't that far off the mark. While it does have plastic latches on the expansion slots, they do work. I don't like that the expansion slots are break-away and not replaceable, but again, just make sure you pull the right covers if you are really worried. I also would rather have gotten a Native USB 3.0 connection and a longer HD Audio cable, but they do work and are able to connect.


What I really like that made me overlook a few of these things is two things. Aesthetics, as this is one of the better looking chassis that Sentey has sent me and the second is the pricing and value in that price. Compared to the Game Tiger we just looked at, at least the Sentey covers all of the fan holes in the case but one and also delivers quite the LED light show once it is powered, unlike the lame effects that didn't work on the Xniper. Attention to detail is what I always end up saying will make or break a chassis and while a few things aren't the greatest, at least they offer a solution and cover all the basics.


Speaking of the fans and furthermore, the fan controllers. I was really pleased with this part of the chassis. With seven fans running full blast in the chassis along with the fan on the video card, the chassis is really silent. The fan controller only covers two fans in the chassis, but you get to choose which, as long as they are Molex powered like the ones around the chassis. I chose to connect the HDD fan and the front fan for testing purposes and the reaction from the fans to the dial is fast and accurate. In the build you've just seen, I would not have been able to install a 120mm or an 80mm fan on the floor due to the length of the PSU. Furthermore, even with a shorter PSU installed, the wiring would still interfere with the fan as this is really the only place to route extra wiring and make the connection to the PSU from all of the various components.


For me, the chassis is a little too small for my needs, I look to fit full length video cards in a case and I prefer cases that have better wire management options. For those new to the game of case building or if you are building a machine with special limitations, but still want a classy looking case to fill that void, Sentey offers you quite a bit for the price. Considering the current $74.99, delivered to your door pricing, the GS-6070-II is worth the investment. As I said adding to the value for me is the bright glow of LEDs that everyone wants at some point and the sheer number of fans that provide more than sufficient amounts of airflow to help compensate for the lack of space.


If you meet any of those requirements or you just fell in love with the looks as you read this, by all means pull out your wallet and shell out for this case. After reading this you have the full scoop and there should be no surprises when yours arrives at your door.



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