Senty Burton Extreme Division Gaming PC Chassis Review

Today, we take a look at a new up and coming company from South America, Sentey today we will be looking at their new addition to the Sentey GS series, the Sentey GS-6500 – Burton. This is an excellent well designed full-tower case, for those looking into room for adding new bigger and better accessories to their PC. This case comes with many excellent features you don’t usually find in most consumer PC cases such as the direct video card cooling fan arm, completely tool less design, built in card readers, as well as many other features. With the red, blue, or black with black highlighted exterior this case definitely has some style, also with the price tag of only $109.99 it’s definitely a consumer friendly case. Let’s check it out and see if this is the case for you:
Provided by: Sentey

Price: $115

Closer Look:

Specifications and features:

Case Type
High Tower

SECC 1mm

Front Material

External Color

Chassis Color

Side Panel
Solid Side Panel

E-ATX – ATX, Micro ATX

Drive Bays 5.25″

Drive Bays Ext. 3.5″

Drive Bays Int. 3.5″

Expansion Slots

Usb Ports
4 x Usb 2.0 + e-Sata + Native sata

Audio/Mic Ports
HD / AC97

Card Reader
Read CF/MD, XD, SD/MMC, TF y MS/M2

Native Sata


Front Cooler
1 x 120mm blue led fan

Side Cooler
2 x 80mm blue led fan

Top Cooler
2 x 120mm blue led fan

Rear Cooler
1 x 120mm blue led fan

Watercooling Support

Power Supply

Power Supply Mounts
Botton rear of the case

Hidden Cables

21.65 (L) x 8.43 (W) x 20.47 (H)

8 screw FDD + 25 screw HDD y Motherboard + 8 screw HDD cage + 12 screw OCC + 5 screw support Motherboard

Net Weight
12.5 kg (27.56 lbs)

Gross Weight
13 kg (28.66 lbs)

1 year limited (for Parts and Labor)


For those looking into expanding into a full-tower case it’s hard to find a reasonably priced case that doesn’t look like a tub filled with your components. The Sentey GS-6500 – Burton is priced at under $110 with room cooling expansion, easy toolless design, and also the ability to easily work with putting in after market cooling, thanks to the retaining hole behind your CPU. From what I’ve seen so far Sentey seems to be a worthy contender in the case market, with such great designs at such low prices.

Would I recommend this chassis? 100% yes, it has lots of expansion and tons of modding potential. This is definitely one of the better cases out there; I can’t wait to see what Sentey will eventually become. This is a very professional and sleek looking case that will be an excellent addition to your current set-up.

  • Price
  • Direct Video Card Cooling
  • Expansion Capabilities
  • Sleek Design
  • Tool less
  • Built-in Card Reader


  •     Side Panels are hard to close


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