The Chenbro Gaming Bomb, like the name says, is geared towards the gamer. I would say it's geared more towards the tweaker, as the hands free features of the case make it so easy.
Not many people know, but Chenbro has been around since 1983. Aside from making a lot of server and rackmount cases, they're stepping up the plate in the modified case market. Let's see how their Gaming Bomb performs...
Here are some features and specs:
|M/B Form Factor
||ATX (up to 12” x 10.5”)|
||Intel Pentium® III/Pentium®4, AMD AthlonTM XP|
||Exposed: 4x 5.25", 1x 3.5"|
Internal: up to 6 x 3.5”
||PS/2 ATX12V 300W - 350W|
|Cooling Fan (Option)
||Front: Optional 1x 80mm or 92mm|
Rear: 1x 92mm or 120mm
||Power ON & HDD Activity|
|Front Panel I/O
||2x USB2.0, 2x Audio, Optional 1xIEEE1394|
||Keylock, Optional intrusion switch & kensington lock supported|
|Front Bezel Color Options
||Orange, Silver, Green, Blue|
||465mmx 198mmx 425mm|
18.2"x 7.8"x 16.7"
||Passed Intel Pentium®4 processor 3.06 GHz CPU Thermal Test|
||Side Venting Air Duct, front I/O panel support, air filter, screw-less cardholder|
The Gaming Bomb comes prepared for damage during transport. The sides are all protected by a plastic film, which is a nice touch. The worst part about purchasing a case is getting the case only to find it scratched or damaged.
Nowadays, front bezel ports are considered standard. It provides easy access to your commonly used USB and Firewire devices, as well as ability to route audio ports to the front.
The side panel comes with an optional transparent window in the shape of a 'B'.