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Anidees Al-6B Mid Tower Case Review

It is hard to believe that this is the first product to be released by Anidees. The version we tested was their most basic design but there are two other versions of the Al6 available. One version has a large side window while the other version resembles the model we tested, but is supplied with factory installed sound dampening panels. Ideal for those of you that really want an ultra quiet system.

Anidees score points for the sleek appearance of the Al6. The brushed aluminum used on the top panel and front door add a look of class. Anidees have designed the front door of the Al6 so that it can be configured to open in either direction, this could prove very useful for some enthusiast users.

The cooling offered by the default configuration is perfectly acceptable but is nothing spectacular. Anidees have opted to focus on lowering noise emissions, giving the customer the option of adding more fans if the airflow needs to be enhanced. There are positions to add four more fans or a 240mm radiator if watercooling is a prerequisite.

Pros:

  • built in fan headers for multiple fans.
  • great visual appeal.
  • decent cable management.
  • removable front and bottom dust filters.
  • plenty of cooling options for both liquid and air cooling.

Cons:

  • chassis is a bit too narrow for “optimal” cable management.
  • only 2 fans included.
  • drive bays are not tool free.

Overall the Anidees Al6 is a well built chassis with enough options to satisfy a wide enthusiast audience currently shopping for a new case. The model we tested can be purchased in the UK from Overclockers for £99.98 including VAT which is a reasonable price considering the superlative build quality of the Al6.

We have no problem recommending the Al6 version that we tested and feel that it is a product that easily qualifies for our “Worth Buying” award.

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Rating: 8.5.

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