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  • BH7 Front - Gunmetal
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  • BH7 Front - White
  • BH7 Solid Panel
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  • BH7 Front - Black
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  • Also Available in Tangerine, Lime and Berry (BH2 Shown)
  • BH7 Top
  • BH7 Drive Bay with optional 2nd Drive Cage (one + SSD adapter included).
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  • BH7 Interior - EATX/SSI-CEB Configuration
  • BH7 Interior - ATX Cinfiguration
  • BH7 Lower Compartment (Drives and PSU)
  • BH7 Interior (Shown with Optional Lighting Mounts)
  • Shown with Optional Lighting Mounts
  • BH7 Front Fan Mount
  • Case Handles
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Bullet BH7 ATX Case - Customizable

$229.95
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MBH7
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Product Description

This is a special order item. Please check our resellers listed HERE for currently stocked cases and accessories. 

 

The new Bullet series from CaseLabs: Small, powerful, deadly. Small cases that pack a BIG punch.

Bullet was designed from the ground up to provide optimum air flow and excellent cable management in a smaller format case. If you air-cool or use AIO coolers, this case was built for you.

Our design goals for Bullet were:

  • Keep the case compact – much more so that our previous designs (20-30L)
  • Allow for very clean cable management.
  • Provide excellent cooling for air coolers (and AIO systems).
  • Provide good access, so you can get hands in and work on it. A common complaint of many SFF cases is that they can be very difficult to work with.
  • Provide the ability to show off the interior of you build, take advantage of case lighting, sleeving, etc. In this respect, we incorporated one of the most popular optional features of the S3 – dual side windows.
  • Provide a case that can get handled a lot without fear of damaging it or the components inside. To that effect, the drives are shock mounted and the MB & GPU are mounted horizontally to reduce stress when using heavy GPU’s. The exterior is a “hard shell” design made from heavy .090” (2.3mm) aluminum (the front and rear panels are made from .063” – 1.6mm). Optional handles are available.
  • Front panel USB 3.0, HD Audio included

All this at a much more affordable price. 

 

Technical Specs  
PCI Slots 7
Native HDD Locations 2/3
SSD Locations (Using included adapter) 2

Total possible HDD locations with extra HDD cages     

(using additional mounts)

6

Total possible SSD locations with extra SSD mounts      

(using adapters, purchased separately)

12
PSU Mounting Locations 1 (ATX)
Weight 8.8 pounds (4.0kg)
Rear Fan Mount (lower compartment) 2 x 80mm
Top Fan Mount (Reversible):
120.2 (240)
Front Fan Mount 2 x 120mm
Compatible Motherboard Form Factors  
mITX Yes
mATX Yes
ATX Yes
SSI-CEB/EATX * Yes *
Dimensions
 

Overall Exterior (W x H x D)
Feet add .4" (10mm) to Height

13.38" x 10.50" x 13.0"

(340mm x 267mm x 330mm)

Displacement (Liters) 30L
GPU Clearance (with fans) 282mm
Cooling Tower Clearance (air cooler) 146mm
Case Features and Included Accessories  
All Aluminum Construction Yes
Removable Motherboard Tray (non slide out)
Yes
Anti-Vandal Style Power Switch with MDPC-X Sleeved Cables Yes
Standard Front I/O Panel with HD Audio Yes
Included PSU support mount Yes

Compatible Radiator Sizes

 
120.1 (120) Yes
120.2 (240) Yes
Shipping Format: Domestic  
Flat Packed -
Fully Assembled Yes
Shipping Format: International
 
Flat Packed -

Fully Assembled

Yes

 * "E-ATX" motherboards such as the ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME will fit in this case with the ATX option. Please also note: A front mounted fan will interfere with the SATA ports on motherboards like the ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME. E-ATX motherboards such as the Supermicro H8DG6 will not fit in this case. Please cross reference the motherboard tray size with the motherboard dimensions from the manufacturer. 

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  1. VR PC

    Posted by John Kafrouni on 22nd Oct 2016

    Ok so bought this case for a VR rig. Managed to get 2 msi 980ti's in there with room for a 3rd and run an x99 5960x. Just enough room for aio water cooling for the cpu. It's perfect for carrying to the living room for playing VR with the family then comes back to the office. Guys worth the wait for this case it's really impressive how much you can place it this case. Great job guys seriously.

  2. Great Quality Case!

    Posted by J Loomis on 27th Aug 2016

    So far this case is awesome when it comes to quality. Especially with the paint job. I love the modularity of it and the different mods that can be applied in such a small space. Speaking of the size of it, it is awesome to be able to put ATX components in such a small case! My only gripes with this and its not really the case itself but the information on it. I wish there was a detailed compatibility list of here for CPU coolers. I have the BH7 and I can't fit my H100i V2 in this case without putting a lot of strain on components. Make sure if you put an AIO in this case to make sure the tube are flexible and not too thick. But overall I love the aesthetic of this case.

  3. Very Solid

    Posted by Robert on 16th Aug 2016

    I am in the process of finishing my build but man this is one solid case and the options and the possibilities are endless. I am currently trying to water cool in this case.

    Very clean look case and it shows off well and is a eye catcher for sure.

    Here is the link to my build log

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1601713/bh7-build-log-white-raptor

  4. Incredible design/room for such a small case

    Posted by Shayne on 27th Jul 2016

    Got the case in and did our build last night. It turned out great. Had some thermal issues for a while but after tightening things down and getting a good thermal paste drop we were able to maintain a 17% overclock well under 80-degrees-C.

    The ability to build each panel with the case disassembled was pretty awesome. Here's what we ended up fitting:

    Cooling/Fans
    - 2x 120mm fans attached to H100i AIO cooler (exhaust)
    - 2x 120mm front fans (intake)
    - 2x 80mm back fans (exhaust)

    Components
    - ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme EATX motherboard
    - NVidia GTX 1080
    - Thunderbolt EX II card (putting this in a cabinet and using a thunderbolt run for IO)
    - 2x SSDs
    - RAM, PSU and all the wires needed

    Other
    - We added two temperature probes, one in the back and one in the front to measure ambient temperature and track the effectiveness of cooling whilst in the cabinet.

  5. Downsizing from an Air 540

    Posted by fjo on 5th Jul 2016

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1594644/something-small-and-wicked-this-way-comes/1720#post_25321934

    pros
    +great compact ATX case
    +build quality
    +lightweight
    +thick & tough panels
    +thick window
    +mod friendly (handles, light bars etc)


    meh
    -cpu cooler compatibility
    -gpu compatibility

    Overall great product. This case is just on a different level. just a little bigger than 250D but can fit ATX and 2 graphics cards.

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