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  • HBT+ Gravity 6 Enthusiast Computer Case Review
  • HBT+ Gravity 6 Enthusiast Computer Case Review


    Case Layout and Features

    The HBT+ Gravity 6 is a standard mid-tower chassis measuring in at 20 inches tall and is a little wider than normal at 9.25 inches.  External panels are made from brushed and anodized aluminum with the top and front panels being a veneer over a plastic base.

    Turning the case around you can see the layout of the motherboard in relation to the PSU.  The back of this case is well vented with perforations on the expansion bay covers, exhaust fan location and area above the expansion cards.  You will find two access ports near the expansion slots for cables and external cooling units which aren’t used much anymore but are a nice feature to have.

    Speaking of ventilation the Gravity comes with a total of eight primary fan locations with fan filters on the ones normally reserved for intake air.  Much like with previous HBT cases all of the fan filters are magnetic making them easy to remove and clean.

    The bottom of the Gravity 6 features extensive venting for both the PSU and chassis.  Under the magnetic fan filter you have a variety of options including a single 120mm and 140mm case fan.  Or, if you are into DIY watercooling you’ll find a pattern dilled into the base that looks a lot like a universal pump/reservoir mounting bracket.  There are a total of two available and of course plenty of solid metal available if you need to drill your own.

    There are no external drive bays in the Gravity 6 and in place you will find a very large power button at the top of the case which is connected to the front accessory controls including two USB 3.0 ports and analog connections for headphone and mic.