Chieftec Hunter ARGB Mid-Tower Case Review
Peter Donnell / 3 weeks ago
I’ll admit that first impressions of the Hunter are pretty great. It’s not an expensive PC case, but it does have a good look to it. There’s that large tempered glass window on the left side, giving us a great view of the case interior.
The front panel offers up plenty of ventilation too, which seems to be a lot less common than it should be these days. There are two large vents on the left and right sides, but also a huge middle section that allows more direct airflow to the fans.
The intakes are filtered too, ensuring your PC doesn’t get filled with dust, pet hairs, etc. It’s enough to keep children’s fingers out of those lovely RGB fans too.
Up on the top, you’ll find a huge magnetic dust filter, which will obviously keep a lot of dust and debris from falling into the case.
However, it’s also hiding a pair of 120mm and 140mm mounts, giving you options for more fans, or even a top mounted radiator. Obviously, you’ll get a lot of passive airflow with this too.
The right side panel is a just a solid black panel, nothing fancy, but hey, it gets the job done!
The right side panel is held in place by two thumbscrews at the rear of the case too, so it’s pretty easy to get in and out to make changes.
At the top, you’ll find a 120mm fan mount with elongated mounts, allowing for some height adjustment; handy for improving AIO cooler support.
There are seven expansion slots here, which do use those cheaper snap-off covers, but some cost cutting measures were expected on a more affordable case.
Finally, the ATX PSU mount is located at the bottom, all pretty straight forward really.