Sahara H600B Case Review

This week on tech4gaming.com we’re taking a look at the Sahara C500B Case.

The Sahara H600B case is a gaming PC case that features a single tempered glass, an industrial design and sharp squared lines with a curved aluminum like front witha an added mesh.

The case supports ATX, Micro-ATX and ITX motherboard and it’s available in 4 variants:

  • £59.99   –  H600B case without SYNC hub & fan
  • £89.99   –  H600B case with Sync hub & 6 x 12cm Single Ring ARGB fans
  • £89.99   –  H600B case with Sync hub & 6 x 12cm Pirate Turbo ARGB fans
  • £89.99   –  H600B case with Sync hub & 4 x 14cm Typhoon ARGB fans

DESIGN AND STRUCTURE

The case has one tempered glass panels that covers the bigger section where most of the hardware will be paced. The panel is slightly tinted but RGB lighting will shine through with no issues. The main glass panel and the back metal one have a simple removing mechanism that uses rails and two standard thumb screws, like pretty much every case on the market. I’ve appreciated the improving from the previous case by Sahara, the C500B, but as we’ll see later this do not refers only to the panels mounting mechanism.  

The front structure is minimal, it’s different from the glass front in the C500B and it looks great with RGB fans. This time Sahara seems to have solved the dust issue adding a metal mesh and also a front filter. I appreciated a lot this improvement but I’ve preferred the aluminum like structures to be made of real aluminum. They’re in fact made of painted plastic.

The front structure is minimal, it’s different from the glass front in the C500B and it looks great with RGB fans. This time Sahara seems to have solved the dust issue adding a metal mesh and also a front filter. I appreciated a lot this improvement but I’ve preferred the aluminum like structures to be made of real aluminum. They’re in fact made of painted plastic.
The case supports in the front up to 360mm radiators, 3x 120mm fans, 2x 140mm fans and 2x 200mm while on top 2x 120mm or 2x 140 fan. Finally on the back there’s support for a 120mm or 140mm fan/radiator.

The Sahara H600B measures  390x 230x 470mm. There’s support for GPU up to 380mm long as well CPU coolers up to 188mm high. On the rear there are 7 PCI-E card slots which we can access removing the rear PCI-E slot cover. The PCI-E covers are the old twist and break ones, if you remove the wrong ones installing your GPU you’ll be stuck with an open PCI-E slot on the back.

The Sahara C500B has a completely covered PSU cover that’s not perforated on the top except in two areas where the user can route cables through. Fortunately the front is opened so the HDD are has its source of fresh air. There’s also a radiator cutout on the right that make space for a 360 radiator or fans.

The motherboard tray is well designed with a big access cutout in the CPU area, and cable routing holes on top and on the side of the motherboard area. No cable grommets are included, but the cable management system is well organized and it’s also essential with no unnecessary holes.

THE BACK

Speaking of cable management, on the back there’s a lot of space and multiple anchor points to attach cable ties. Regarding the storage we can place up to three 3.5” drives in the removable HDD cage in the bottom and there’s also two 2.5” drive caddies mounted on the back of the motherboard tray.
The PSU area support PSU up to 230cm in length, practically it support every ATX PSU in the market.

ACCESSORIES

The accessories are improved from the C500B. They also come in a small white box with the motherboard, HDD and radiator screws, but there also also a few nice Velcro cable ties.

BOTTOM

The bottom features 4 metal like feet with 4 rubber pads to prevent sliding, a power supply fan filter and the two screws to remove the HDD cage. That’s very convenient as the cage can be fully removed for a trouble free HDD installation.

FRONT IO

The front IO is located in the front top of the case. They are from the left the power button followed by HDD and power LEDs, a reset button, an LED button for hooking up to the RGB controller, microphone and headphone jacks, two USB 2.0 connectors and a single USB 3.0 connector.

FANS AND CONTROLLER

Now, Sahara provided three fan combinations for this case along with a fan controller to set and power everything. For a detailed review check out my old review: https://tech4gaming.com/2020/02/07/sahara-c500b-case-review/

CONCLUSIONS

The Sahara H600B is a one tempered glass mid tower case that has surely improved from the C500B we reviewed, the front has a nice design and an added dust filter. The case is also well proportioned and there are different bundles to choose with different fans options.
The case by the way is not perfect, it has a few CONS like the cheap front structure materials back but I enjoyed a lot the improvements from its predecessors.The steel is thicker and the package is also way better. Fans and controller are again just average, they’re the same . They work and they look great, they’re not extremely loud and they are convenient for a 30£ price increase. Again 10£ down on the price would have made this product perfect for the price. Considering all the Pros and Cons I think this case is a valid option for a mid tower, we’d definitely recommended it.

If you’re interested in buying the Sahara C500B Gaming Case: https://www.amazon.co.uk/SaharaGaming-C500B-Tempered-Glasses-gaming/dp/B083X5CR8Z/ref=pd_sbs_147_1/262-4811469-5790951?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B083X5CR8Z&pd_rd_r=6b51b968-1747-4c16-9ef1-4dff64715e95&pd_rd_w=JSdly&pd_rd_wg=16rDz&pf_rd_p=b7f777ff-40e2-4a42-b29f-72417639c630&pf_rd_r=CKE5AZHVE3WFMWEMXRF3&psc=1&refRID=CKE5AZHVE3WFMWEMXRF3

Sahara Gaming website: https://saharagaming.com.tw/

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