Summary: What can I say, this was an inexpensive but well built case. Easy installation of all pieces. plenty of room and easy cable management. This case dropped my CPU / GPU Temps by tremendous amounts (My old case, with everything running at capacity would hit close to 90, the new case, at full capacity, keeps temps at 60ish).. Comes with 3 fans which run super quiet. Speed control for fans. Really, nothing to complain about.
Summary: My previous case was an Antec 300, again a budget gaming case, and the GX700 improves on it in a few areas, the most important being the easy hard drive access trays and an exterior fan control switch. The front panel USB3 ports are also very welcome and I love the way the GX700 looks. Cable storage is also very handy and I've at last got a case which doesn't look like an explosion at Dell... Compared to the 300, the GX700 is made from noticeably thinner metal.
Summary: This case is used in my Kitchen diner and is used for gaming, homework and general surfing/TV viewing I run a E8400 OC'd to 4Ghz with a GTX 760 also OC'd. The fact I can turn off the case fans when watching TV or surfing make it really quiet, but when my son games on it the case cooling keeps times well within limits(I did add an extra intake 120mm fan at the front).
Summary: I did not buy this case from Amazon, but from someone else. Although the sale is amazing, the 60 dollars in shipping stopped me. Pros: - Great cooling. Dropped all of my idle temperatures a ton. Video card gets down to the teens at times. While gaming, it never touches 60. Fans are also good quality and silent on High. - Sturdy and well made. Mostly composed of a sleek, almost soft looking metal and some plastic. - An interesting design.