Chieftec Hunter mid-tower ships with four ARGB LED fans

Posted on Monday, September 07 2020 @ 15:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Chieftec is one of those names that used to be very popular among computer enthusiasts, but it wasn't able to keep the momentum flowing and got surpassed by other firms. Anyway, Chieftech is still around and just released the Hunter (GS-01B-OP) case. This mid-tower features a tempered glass side panel, has a magnetic dust filter on the top, and ships with four ARGB Rainbow fans plus a control hub.

With a weight of just 5.0kg, this steel case looks like a lower-end offering. It measures 408mm x 210mm x 464mm (D x W x H) and supports a Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, or ATX form factor motherboard. There's room for two 2.5" storage disks and two 3.5" HDDs and a power supply with a maximum length of about 180mm. There are seven PCI slots and you can mount a video card with a maximum length of 320mm. The maximum height of the CPU cooler is specified as 170mm.

Other than this, the case supports a maximum of six fans and the top could accommodate a 280mm watercooling radiator. There's a front I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, HD Audio jacks, an RGB brightness button, and an RGB modes button.

Pricing and availability is unknown.
- 4x 120mm A-RGB Rainbow fans pre-installed
- Mesh front panel for optimized airflow
- Tempered glass side panel
- A-RGB control hub with M/B SYNC and PWM fan speed control

The CHIEFTEC Hunter ATX Gaming case combines modern RGB style with the highest gaming performance in a compact and competitive package.

Featuring four A-RGB Rainbow fans pre-installed, a mesh front panel for optimized airflow and a tempered glass side panel, the Hunter offers style and functionality. A-RGB lighting can be controlled with the buttons on the top of the chassis or via +5V A-RGB M/B Sync. The control hub (DF-501-V2) is connected via 4PIN PWM connector to allow M/B fan speed control for users to set their perfect balance between maximum airflow and silent operation.

Mesh filtering in the front and bottom of the case, as well as a magnetic dust filter on the top protects the system from dust and keeps the build clean.
Chieftech Hunter

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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