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HEC Blitz Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Reviews Last Updated: July 6, 2011
Page: 1 of 7
Introduction
Hardware Secrets Golden Award

The HEC Blitz (a.k.a. 66RCBB) is an inexpensive mid-tower case, costing only USD 40. Carrying features usually found on more expensive models, let’s see if it is a good pick.



We have to start this review with some constructive criticism to HEC. First, this company has two websites, one “global,” based in Taiwan, and one for the US market. (Maintaining two separate websites with the same contents make no sense to us unless one was in Chinese and the other was in English, which is not the case.) The portrayed case is only listed in the Taiwanese website. The problem is, it is not listed as “Blitz,” but as “66 Series,”  and nowhere in the “66 Series” page is the name of the product, “Blitz,” mentioned. Furthermore, we have the problem of the manufacturer calling their mid-tower cases as “midi” tower on its website and product boxes, which is a very basic mistake.

That said, let’s take a good look at the Blitz.

HEC Blitz case
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Figure 1: HEC Blitz case

HEC Blitz case
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Figure 2: HEC Blitz case

The left panel of the Blitz is meshed, not featuring fans or an air filter.

HEC Blitz case
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Figure 3: Left-side panel

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