Sentey Extreme Division GS-6050 II Halcon Black Case ReviewTue, Aug 21, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Unboxing the GS-6050 II
Starting off on how Sentey packaged the GS-6050 II chassis we can see that Sentey keeps the front of the box fairly plain. We get an image of the GS-6050 II chassis, and to the right of the image are some basic features of the GS-6050 II chassis.
Turning the box 90° to the end caps, Sentey gives us the specifications of the GS-6050 II chassis.
Rotating the box another 90° to the backside, Sentey gives us the overall layout and some general capabilities of the GS-6050 II chassis.
Opening up the box we can see that Sentey follows a standard chassis packaging. I would like to note, that Sentey uses smaller foam end caps that I have seen on previous chassis. But even though these end caps are smaller, they still provided enough protection from UPS’ brutal shipping process.
I removed the included accessories that came with this chassis. Being this chassis is mostly a tool-less style I was not expecting a lot of included accessories. What we do get included are:
- A Small bag of screws that include:
- Motherboard standoffs
- Motherboard screws
- 2.5” HDD/SSD screws
- A solid PCI expansion cover
- System speaker
This is the PCI expansion bay cover the Sentey included into the GS-6050 II chassis. It is just a everyday standard PCI cover. And, there is only 1 cover that gets included.
Here is what the Sentey GS-6050 II chassis looks like prior to me ripping it complete apart. Not a bad looking chassis, a bit smaller than what I have seen/used in previous mid-tower chassis. I should mention that this chassis is fairly light in weight.