Chieftec DX-02B Full-Tower Chassis Review

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Interior


On the interior we can see there are loads of cables lying around for the multitude of fans and connected features within the case. There is an extra wide CPU cooler mounting cut-out on the back plate, as well as a range of large, high-quality rubber grommets for cable routing.

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Here you can see a molex connector and cables used to hook up and power fans from the fan controller, below that we have a pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan.

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The eight expansion slots are fitted with ventilated and reusable covers, each held in place with quick release thumb screws.

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All of the 5.25″ drive bays come fitted with a tool free locking mechanism.

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Two of the front hard drive bays come with hot-swap PCB’s at the back, making them plug-and-play ready.

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In the top you’ll find two powerful 200mm fans setup to pull heat out of the chassis.

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Four rubber pads on the PSU mount will help reduce vibrations within the chassis.

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There is loads of space behind the motherboard for cable management and there are plenty of cable tie loops to help keep everything in check.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. Exterior
  3. Interior
  4. Complete System
  5. Final Thoughts
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