Summary: Antec power supplies seem to have a very high failure rate and I used to buy alot of Antec cases. This one is my last. Planning to replace the entire case with something less expensive that uses standard sizes.
Pros: Pretty to look at. Nice USB ports on the front.
Cons: Power supply is failing after less than 2 years and is not a standard size. Not worth the trouble. Also the 3.5" bay only accepts bottom mount screws. Cannot mount an icy dock 3.5" SATA mobile rack in the case.
Summary: Own 2 of these same case, is an ok case. But is it over price, the slim case is exactly same design as other ATX slim case, the differrence is the chrome face plate, the chrome plate don't really match with other device. Is not an exactly fit.
Summary: I ordered this for a HTPC build (my first) and overall its a very nice case and had plenty of room for all my components. It has a very good build quality and a sufficient power supply for most applications.
Summary: For getting a sleek, aesthetically pleasing case with good build quality plus a power supply, this is a great deal. If I get this case again for someone else I will probably just leave out the optical drive.
Pros: I chose this case for a family friend who was used to PC's of this size. It has a very nice aesthetic, the construction seems very solid and the exterior has a nice shiny finish (a bit of a finger print magnet but oh well). It comes with an integrated 350 watt psu which was great for building a m...
Cons: Having said that, there was one issue which others have spoken about already and that is the cutout for the optical drive. For some reason Antec made the cutout in the front bezel slightly too big so the drive doesn't actually sit flush with the front of the case. This causes some of the blue lig...
Summary: I'm currently using this as for a HTPC with an older MicroATX LGA 775 mobo, two HDDs and a low profile GPU (malfunctioning, but unrelated). Pros: * On the quietest setting, the fan is indeed very quiet. Even in a silent room, I can barely detect it.
Summary: After reading some reviews I noticed the following comparison saying that this is the same as the Rosewill R379-M. It is not. The biggest difference is this one has a 80+ efficiency 350 watt max power supply and the Rosewill has a standard 300 watt power supply.
Summary: I bought this a few years ago, and recently decided to update it with a more current MB and processor. I went with an A8-6600K. I have an SSD 240 GB in this 8GB of RAM and it totally rocks and is almost completely silent. I saw people complain that no USB 2.0 on the front- who cares?
Pros: fairly cheap, easy to work on, very good power supply