Summary: I'm impressed by the value of this case. Comes with 2x 140mm fan and 1x 120mm fan. These fans alone worth ~$20. It even come with a manual fan controller (3-clicks - Fast, Slow, Stop) and dust filter lint. The case itself is generally well built. It's not super heavy duty, but feels reasonably solid. Edges are ground down so you don't cut yourself while working. Tall enough to install a CM 212 Evo heatsink with spare. There are space to mount more 120mm fans if needed.
Pros: Good price, good cooling, well built product
Summary: For the price, you're not gonna find a case that gets the job down as well as this one.
Pros: I got mine for 20 bucks, if I can figure out how to get this rebate to work.., Full metal case lets air flow nicely., Comes with 3 fans already and can have 3 more installed., Plenty of space to hide all wires, even with modular PSU., Thumbscrews are always easier., The HDD bays are surprisingly rigid., USB 3.0 and fan control switch.
Cons: Metal clips in front are kinda flimsy. One popped out first time I tried to close it, but it goes right back on., There are a bunch of places on the back to organize wires, but the clips are so small that none of the wires even fit? You can cut own slide to slide the wires through it, but it's a bit more effort., The HDD bays are surprisingly rigid... which is a pro to install but a con to remove them because they dont want to let go., The top metal plate holds all of...
Summary: Lots of pros. Very few cons. Very happy with it.
Pros: Unique and very good value for what you pay. You get 2xUSB3.0 + 2xUSB2.0 ports on the front. You also get a built-in fan speed controller that supports up to 4 fans with 3-pin connections (The control is accessed via a very cool flip-up cover that looks like you're about to launch a missile. However, you do not have individualized fan settings, so all fans are controlled with the same setting which can be either High, Low, or Off). The PSU slots has an air filter. Two...
Cons: The full manual isn't included (saves on paper) so if you want it, you can get it from Antec's website. Didn't bother me, though. It's a case, you don't really need a manual and it does come with a quick setup manual anyway.
Summary: I think the GX 700 is an EXCELLENT case and NCIX has always done right by me!Price is OK ,easy access to the outer drive bays and the ability to(with a little patience) hide the wiring nicely.Even though i won't use the fan controller switch,i think it should still work!In the future,I won't wait till build time to open the box.Live and learn.
Pros: Nice looking case with ample room for most graphics cards.Great cooling(3 fans)with cleanable dust filters at front and bottom.Price is good
Cons: Wiring is CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP!Wiring for the fan controller switch was hanging loose,apart from the switch and I found the 4 pin molex hard to connect because it is so flimsy and Antec support in my opinion, is slow or lackadaisical.I decided that it might be easier all around if i just replaced the switch as to replacing the whole case.Took days for any sort of progress report.(frustrating but no biggie), Emailed Antec April 10th.After the "auto response"I got a reply ...
Summary: Good MID tower size case (one of the smallest of the mid sizes with all the internal room you need). Polished look and good build materials. Price is absolutely a steal!
Pros: Good size all around with lots of internal space to place just about anything including a radiator (in my case a Corsair H80i)+ 6 fans., Fairly quiet case (depends on your fans a bit but general sound and quiet)., Good materials, Quick and easy access to either side of the case and front. Can quickly add an HDD and or adjust fans etc., Nice look if you’re into a military thing, Excellent price point!
Cons: The 5.25" metal covers do come out of place with a little pressure., Rubber stoppers on the back to block water tubing if not used easily come out of place.
Summary: To start off with, this case is a great price, and other than a bit of thin steel at the bottom, it's all good. It has copious cooling capability, with tonnes of space to accommodate one 240mm AIO rad, or 2x120mm rads, whether 25 or 40mm thick with fans. The front panel is easy to remove and dust filter is easy to swap out and clean. The bottom also has a dust filter for the PSU that has a pull-tab on the back.
Pros: Solid cooling, built-in 4-plug fan controller, sufficient hard drive bays and 2.5" and SSD capabilities. Metal drive covers, dust filters
Cons: Difficult to lift, metal drive covers fall into case too easily, definitely not rugged, just rugged-looking
Great case for beginners and those with a low budget.
9 January 2015
Summary: Good case for the money, build quality is very good although not exceptional with the removable tool less 3.5 drive trays feel a bit flimsy without a drive installed, the pci slots are a twist and break affair and not replaceable. The included fan controller is a simple switch which only has off and two speeds slow and full speed.
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).