Sentey is a newcomer to the case and power supply market, and today we are going to check the quality of one of their flagship products, the Arvina GS-6400R mid-tower case, which comes with lots of features.
Before proceeding with our review, we’d like to leave a constructive criticism to Sentey. This company is clearly run by people who their first language is Spanish, not English. You can clearly see on their website that the product categories in the URL are loaded in Spanish (e.g., “Gabinetes” instead of “Cases”). The problem, however, is the amount of English errors throughout their website. Some sections are labeled in Spanish (“Calculadora PSU” instead of “PSU Calculator,” “Descargue Fotos en HD” instead of “Download Pictures”), and most texts written in English contain basic grammar and spelling errors (“All the tools needed to maximum performance” instead of “All the tools needed for maximum performance,” “The SENTEY cases have an advance design to improve the control of termperature” instead of “temperature”). They also come to the absurd of having a product called “Vulcano” (instead of “Volcano,” which is the correct spelling in English – and the joke is that not even in Spanish volcano is spelled that way). If Sentey really wants to survive in the ultra-competitive US market, they ought to hire someone to revise, test, and fix their website.
That said, let’s get back to the product. The Arvina GS-6400 is available in three different colors, black (GS-6400), blue (GS-6400B), or red (GS-6400R). We reviewed the red model (GS-6400R), which has a really cool looks.
The air intake opening available on the left panel is used by two side fans that are located inside the case. This opening features an air filter.
The front panel of the Sentey Arvina GS-6400R can be seen in Figure 3. The first thing you will note is the presence of a memory card reader on the top part, supporting the CF, MD, XD, SD, MMC, TF, and MS formats. Five 5.25” bays are available, and the top two come with a bezel to hide your optical drives, so the front of your optical drives will be hidden. The other three bay covers are meshed and feature air filters.
The Arvina GS-6400R has a 140 mm fan at the bottom part of the front panel, cooling down the hard disk drive cage, and glowing red when turned on. No technical information about this fan is provided. The case has an air filter in front of this fan.