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Sentey Arvina GS-6400 Case Review

Rating: 7.5.

Recently a new player in the Computer enthusiast sector contacted us and asked us if we would like to review their latest chassis design. Sentey (as they are known) sent over their Arvina GS-6400 chassis, with the intention to impress our readers.

Considering big guns like Corsair, CoolerMaster, Silverstone and Thermaltake have a tight grip on this sector, Sentey will have to bring their A-Game if they want to generate sales. We were not very familiar with the Sentey name (and we would assume you aren’t either) so we thought a snip from their ‘mission statement’ may give us a glimpse of the people behind the organisation.

Sentey is a brand of international scope. America is projected as the leader of computer products to meet the needs of the technology enthusiast. Our organization has a network of strategic operations in the world. Manufacturing Establishment in Shenzen China, Headquarters in Florida  USA and Operations Center in Walnut, California, and the creation of New Distributions Centers in all Latin America, develop the corporate strategies of Presence, Distribution, Sales and Marketing.

We keep moving with the ambitions of New Continents Acceptance for 2011.  SENTEY was created with the aim of providing an effective solution through its high-end computing products, designed specifically to meet the needs of technology enthusiasts.

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  • Steve

    nice looking case, but if the plastic feels cheap then its not a good deal.

  • Eric K

    Very colorful, but its going to be hard for them to make a dent in this industry.

  • Tim

    I like the ideas they have, and I think they will do well if they can manage to make enough to hang around. must be hard for a new guy in this industry.

  • Colin

    Always interesting to see new players and this is actually a very attractive case, especially internally.

    Shame about the weak plastic, its something I think bitfenix suffer from in their new cases also, according to reviews anyway. Hard market to crack, but id like to send them my support.

  • Frank

    I actually really like the look of this case, its a lovely design concept.

  • Tech Head

    What about noise results? 80mm fans? ekkkk. any real world testing steve?

  • To be honest I don’t have any type of dB meter to test fan noise levels. The 2 80mm fans were quiet actually but I couldn’t find any specs for them