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    Today we will be looking at the Sentey Optimus GS-6000 Mid-Tower which happens to have loads of tool-less retention systems in place as well as a pleasing aggressive style and some great cooling all on a fantastic budget. At only $60, you may be surprised at what Sentey has to offer at this price point.



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    Good review Steve and some great pic's to go with it, seems to be a good case for someone on a really tight budget

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    Great review Dufflin. WOW, Nice price but I see a resemblence to your father!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Great review Dufflin. WOW, Nice price but I see a resemblence to your father!
    LMFAO you that's exactly what I thought of when I opened up the box, I was going to mention it in the review but decide against it.

    Thanks for the kind words Vinny.

    I have to say it is a pretty nice case for the price point they did a good job on it.

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