Game Max Hush Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 12 months ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
My first impressions of the Hush are very promising indeed. It’s got a great exterior design that’s pretty stylish, but overall not too flashy. That’s a tricky thing to pull off too, especially with a huge window on the left side. Either way, I think it looks great!
Towards the front, you’ll find the edges of the front panel feature plentiful ventilation, allowing for airflow from the front fans.
The front panel is glossy and black, meaning it blends well with the black chassis and the tempered glass window. The super clean look is neat and tidy too, with minimal fuss.
Lurking behind that panel, however, you’ll find plenty more features. There are two 5.25″ drive bays at the top, a large easily removable dust filter system, and a layer of noise dampening materials on the inside of the front panel.
Lift out the dust filter, and you can easily clean and maintain your fans. Of course, as you can see, there are two lovely pre-installed fans in the front too, giving your system all of the airflow it’ll need.
Up on the top, you’ll find a pre-installed magnetic cover hiding the top fan/radiator mounts.
Just like the front panel, it also comes with a layer of noise dampening materials to keep things, well, hushed!
Behind it, you’ll find both 120/140 fan and radiator mounts, giving you plenty of room to expand your cooling setup. Personally, if you’re buying a silent focused chassis, I’d have blanked the top panel anyway, but that’s just me.
Fan and LED Control
The front panel packs in plenty of goodies too, ticking all the usual boxes for the USB ports and power controls. However, you can also toggle your LED lighting with the button on the right, and control fan speeds with the slider on the left.
The right side panel is nothing fancy, just a solid black panel. However, it’s a nice heavy duty panel and should also help reduce vibrations/noise from your system.
Finally, around the back, you’ll find all the usual stuff. No big surprises, but I am happy to see a height adjustable rear fan mount, and reusable metal expansion slot covers.