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Compucase CI-6919 in the test: A new midi tower for the upper class

Compucase CI-6919 in the test: A new midi tower for the upper class

Introduction

In our series From case reviews we want to dedicate ourselves today to the CI-6919, which of course will try to overthrow the CS-601. The CI-6919 housing was kindly provided to us by Low-Noise , for which we would like to take this opportunity to thank you. The CI-6919 is also an entry-level server case and the first impression after unpacking and opening the case was positive. Here a real competitor to the CS-601 was found, both in terms of equipment and workmanship. We'll go into the details later in the review, but we'll start with the scope of delivery.

CI-6919
CI-6919

Scope of delivery

The housing itself is arrived in a sturdy box. After opening, the CI-6919 is well protected against dust and bumps, in a plastic cover and molded styrofoam. After dismantling the side walls, a bag with assembly material appears inside the housing: screws, main board holder and cable ties. There is also a printed, 16-page manual in postcard format, which is written in English, but has many pictures so that even those who do not speak English should have no problems. The mounting rails for the 5.25 'can be found on the bottom of the housing.Drives that can be installed and removed without tools. In addition, a 'port kit' is integrated in the front panel of the housing, which is protected from the outside by a flap. Audio and USB devices can be connected to the port kit.

CI -6919
rear view
CI-6919, opened
Front panel, closed
Front panel, open
Scope of delivery
Instructions for exploded view
Instructions included in delivery

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