Chieftec Hunter ARGB Mid-Tower Case Review




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Exterior

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The right side panel is a just a solid black panel, nothing fancy, but hey, it gets the job done!

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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.

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At the top, you’ll find a 120mm fan mount with elongated mounts, allowing for some height adjustment; handy for improving AIO cooler support.

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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.

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Finally, the ATX PSU mount is located at the bottom, all pretty straight forward really.

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