Hydraulic - SF-860B
In black, the front of the Hydraulic SF-860B provides a look that is a cut above many cases in the same price class.
With a name like the Hydraulic SF-860B, we were not sure what to expect from the folks at Directron. Let's take a look at the specifications for the SF-860B.
|Number Of Internal 3.5" Bays||2|
|Number Of External 3.5" Bays||2|
|Number Of External 5.25" Bays||3|
|How Many Case Fans Supported?||2 80mm & 1 60mm|
|Power Supply Included? - What Type?||None|
|Special Features||Sliding Front Door - 80mm Panel Fan|
|Sample Case Provided By||www.directron.com|
As you can see from the specifications, one of the biggest features of the SF-860B is the sliding front door, which hides access to your drive bays. The door action was smooth, and when released, it slowly drops toward the bottom of the case. It might have been nice if the door was lockable.
A look inside the SF-860B.
Removing the side panel reveals easy access to everything. This case is very bare-bones on the inside, and does not offer the bells and whistles that you might have expected from just looking at the outside of the case.
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