Sunbeamtech Quarterback Case Review

Cases & PSU/Cases by mich_vm @ 2007-02-16

The Quaterback from Sunbeamtech is an affordable midi tower which comes with three silent 120mm fans and several plug and play installation features. We take a closer look and do performance tests to see how cool and quiet this case can be.

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Introduction and package


In the last few years, Sunbeamtech has build up quite an impressive line-up of equipment ranging from power supplies all the way down to keyboards and other peripherals. Cases and case modding in general have always had a special place in their share. On top of that, the factories at Dongguan City, China, are dedicated to providing us the best hardware by means of extensive quality control and testing. Today we'll take a look at their latest addition, the Sunbeamtech Quarterback case.

Package and content

As you can see in the picture above, the Quarterback comes in a cardboard box. The sides are filled with specifications which we'll describe later on. In my opinion, a somewhat more colorful box would have been more pleasing to the eye but at least the unit itself is well protected inside. The specifications are in English and German on one side, the other side is reserved for the French and Spanish speaking people.

Inside the package you’ll find a manual in English and a small cardboard box containing the necessary screws, some elements needed to attach your hard disk to the case and four plastic feet to place underneath the Quarterback Case.

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Comment from Rutar @ 2007/02/16
I don't know if it is the fault of the pictures but they scream Ford Ka plastic interior.

The Lian Li PC-7 Mk III pretty much remains the budget king.
Comment from jmke @ 2007/02/16
Lian-Li is €30 more expensive, that's a lot when you're on a budget
Comment from Rutar @ 2007/02/16
not for what you get, there aren't many things where you can play in the Mercedes league for 30 € more