Sentey Arvina GS-6400 Full Tower Case
Author: Jakob Barnard
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 08-25-2010
Provided by: Sentey
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Introduction

Sentey is a name that prior to working on this review, I hadn't heard before. This surprised me as I have been building machines for quite a few years. Sentey manufacturers their cases in Shenzen, China and is headquartered in Florida, USA. I wasn't able to track down an exact start date on their website. The case being reviewed, the GS-6400 I can only locate for sale via Amazon.com or the Sentey affiliates in Florida and has a first available date of June 1, 2010. This case is a product of their “Extreme Division”, one of five case divisions ranging from a more classic look to slim models to gaming styles. It is worth noting that they do also offer power supplies, coolers, and video cards.

The case we are looking at today is the Sentey Arvina GS-6400. It also comes in the GS-6400B and GS-6400R, which are blue and red versions respectively. It is a full tower case, making it quite large if you haven't ever used a full tower. I haven't had a full tower in years, so while anticipating the size was one thing, actually having the box up on the desk is another.



As you can see, the Arvina came well packed in plastic wrapping and a well decorated box. The box got beat up a bit in transit, but that means it did its job and protected the case. Inside of the box the case was protected by two foam end caps and a black cloth bag. I found that a bit different. We usually see just a plastic bag covering the case inside, if anything. This gives the impression of a bit higher class right from the start.


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