Chenbro Gaming Bomb Case

Cases & PSU/Cases by piotke @ 2003-11-28

We were offered to take a closer look at the Gaming Bomb Case from Chenbro, the design is unusual and might not appeal to everyone. One of our reviewers stated on our forums that he found the case ugly and unappealing. So we gave him the task of reviewing his "favourite" case, the ultimate test for both sides. Will this case please our reviewer? Or will he keep his negative view on it. Read on to find out!

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Some things in general...

Monday afternoon, *ding* *dong*. The UPS dude is here, with a big box for me. The case arrived and it was time to take a closer look at it.
The first thing that I noticed was that the case hadn't a really orange colour; it was browner, in my eyes….

Madshrimps (c) Madshrimps (c) Madshrimps (c)

The package contained :
  • Chenbro Gaming Bomb
  • A bag of screws
  • 1 120 mm fan
  • 2 keys

    This was mostly amusing. Why ? On the box there’s written:

    Screwless Design

    OK, I understand that the screws are needed for the motherboard, but you all know what I mean with this.

    Let's take a look at the official specifications:

    Specifications :

  • Dimension (DxWxH): 465mmx 198mmx 425mm
  • Drive Bays: Exposed 4x 5.25" / Exposed 1x 3.5" / Internal 2x 3.5"
  • Front Panel I/O: 2xUSB2.0 / 2xAudio / 1xIEEE1394
  • Net Weight : 8.2 Kg
  • Security Lock : Key lock, intrusion switch and Kensington lock supported

    PC61166 (Gaming Bomb) @

    8.2 Kg, this is still quit heavy, but it weights half of my Chieftec case.

    Front panel I/O:

    Madshrimps (c)

    So far for the specifications, how easy is the “screwless” design? Find out on the next page.

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