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Sentey Optimus Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 46,860 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: February 24, 2011
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Introduction
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The Sentey Optimus is a mid-tower case that costs only USD 60 but comes with lots of features usually only found on more expensive models. The product is black and comes with two choices of trim color: black (GS-6000) or red (GS-6000R).

The side panels of the Optimus are painted with a glossy black automotive paint.

Sentey Optimus case
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Figure 1: Sentey Optimus case

Sentey Optimus case
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Figure 2: Sentey Optimus case

One of the highlights of the Optimus is the presence of a 180 mm fan on its left-side panel, featuring air filters. This fan glows in blue when turned on, and uses a standard peripheral power connector, meaning you can’t monitor its speed. On the other hand, you can install it on the fan controller that comes with the product (more about this feature in the next page). No technical info on this fan is provided.

Sentey Optimus case
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Figure 3: Left panel

Sentey Optimus case
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Figure 4: 180 mm fan

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