Chieftec Bravo BL-01B-OP L-Type Chassis, Black, w/o PSU
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- Unique Desktop Chassis, Directly Mounts up to a 24" VESA LCD Diplay
- Uses Standard Components like ATX motherboard and PS/2 ATX type Power Supply
- 90 Degree Display Swivel with Tilt Adjustment
- Shock Mount, Tool Free Drive Mounts
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What I mean to get across is that you will be unhappy if you load this case up with high heat dumping video cards etc.. it is not meant for that,however this case will do very well with a "good" 150 buck low end video card ..which nowadays is pretty much the minimum for a larger 24 " plus monitor.I have installed a dell 24" and it went super easy and the monitor feels very secure or safely mounted.I have a 550 watt Modular psu and a quad core Intel setup inside ..it has room for a full length video card like a 9800.When this case is put together the cabling is neat and looks nice.. no need for a haywire setup that the smaller cube cases force you to do.The airflow seems very good for just the one 120mm fan,if you wanted you could put in 2 more smaller fans right over the power supply.But if you use a psu with a big 4 inch fan it more than ventilates itself with NO weird heat build up issues...
My cpu temps are all normal ergo maybe 95F at idle and up to 120F when actually doing something like converting a video etc.. i use a lower profile or medium profile CPU heat-pipe cooler with downward facing fan.Read more ›
For the reason of a small place in my housing space very much it would be desirable to reduce the area occupied with my working equipment. Monoblocks have disappeared for the reason impossibility of upgrades.
Has as a result ordered on Amazone with delivery DHL.
Cunningly quickly and with slightly crushed package. Package has appeared native factory, therefore all has managed a little beaten foam plastic, the case has come in an excellent state.
In the case 1 slot under 5 "devices and 3 slots on 3". The standard size of motherboards AT\ATX.
Case pluses - now at me "monoblock" with the monitor takes on desktop hardly more places at thickness, behind desktop there are no wires (only 2 power supply), all is accurately fixed. Case minuses - high coolers on CPU won't rise (or a cooler will be under the cover of the case), distance on height in a bay for motheboard 12 sm, Therefore select lowprofile variants of CPU cooler.
I'm vary glad! Thank you, seller!
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3
COOLER MASTER GeminII S524 120mm Long Life Sleeve CPU Cooler
AMD A8-3870K Unlocked Llano 3.0GHz Socket FM1
ASUS F1A75-V PRO FM1 AMD A75
COOLER MASTER eXtreme Power Plus RS500-PCARD3-US 500W
All of these items fit into the case with no problems and plenty of airflow. The HP 2509p 25 inch LCD Monitor fit the mount perfectly and had plenty of clearance. The only tight spot is the power supply. Make sure you check the clearances before you buy a power supply. I also recommend using low velocity fans, because you will hear the fan noise with this case. Also you may want to purchase a 1.5 ft video cable so you do not have excess cabling to deal with.
I only gave it 4 stars because the CD-Rom bay door is just flat annoying. There really is no need to have a fake front CD-Rom loading door now that black components are freaking easily available. Imagine if you had a slot loading drive how annoying this would be....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had to take black plastic window cover off of the back cover panel for the wiring to correctly connect. Is there back panel that has space for projecting wiring?Published 17 months ago by Leland Cress
Product arrived damaged, useless communication with no resolution, I will not be purchasing from Chieftec or Xoxide again. Read morePublished on March 24, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This case is awesome for the space saver- BUT - don't expect to run high heat products in this system. No SLI or crossfire here. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by STL