Summary: I swapped out the stock fan and put 2 blue LED fans blowing air into the unit; the power supply is the only fan that blows air out--keeps dust from collecting inside, keeps it cool, and looks beautiful.
Summary: very well thought out case and super easy to build a computer in. Built a low cost HTPC with this case and was relatively an easy assembly process. The layout is very well designed with drives and cable runs and connections to the motherboard all in mind so very minimal build planning / redoing...
Summary: This was the first case of its type I've bought. I needed to setup a testing server and thought I'd give this a go. I added an internal solid state drive and its so quiet I often don't know that it's running.
Summary: Great SFF case. Although the description says usb 2.0 mine came with the updated version that has usb 3.0 on the front. It also has the usb 2.0 connecters inside so if your mb does not have usb 3.0 you can still use the ports as usb 2.0.
Summary: I've never worked with a format this small, but I'm intimately familiar with the nuances of different box sizes and shapes. I would not crowd too much into this box but as the container for my HTPC, this is a nice addition to my living room shelf.
... of a tight fit but overall I am VERY happy with the product
Fady A Sobhy, Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: This was a bit of a tight fit but overall I am VERY happy with the product! sleek, quiet and low power usage. Used with a GIGABYTE GA-F2A-88XN-WIFI, AMD A6-6400K, Corsair VENGEANCE 4GB DDR3-1600 and Kingston 120GB SSDNOW to make my perfect HTPC!