Summary: The built in fans can be set to three speeds through physical switches inside of the case. You will probably not be adjusting these frequently. Setting 3 is loud and annoying, without a perceptible cooling advantage over setting 2.
Pros: It's a big case with plenty of space and it seems like high quality construction. Lots of cooling fans built in, some with nifty blue LEDs.
Cons: I can't be totally sure if it was the case or my motherboard (ASrock Fatal1ty Performance H97), but something just seemed a little bit off on the dimensions throughout construction, making it to plug in pci e stuff and attach it to the case as well.
Pros: Great airflow. Great looking case. Lots of room for components.
Cons: Top fan blade eventually lowered until it contacted the fan case. Very annoying. I keep trimming the outer part of the fan blades to keep the fan operational. Seems like a design flaw. Failed after 2 years of use.
Pros: The case itself is very nice, a lot of airflow, very nice to look at with the bay windows and the blue LED fan. This thing is made of small modules for the H.D.D easy access but not the most intuitive that i`ve seen. The fans on the case are very silent, i took one egg out because of small issue with the top mounted 200mm "Big Boy" TriCool exhaust fan. If the computer is shutdown and the fan stop completely, 5 time out of 10 it will need a small push to start it up.Si...
Cons: Small issue with the top mounted 200mm "Big Boy" TriCool exhaust fan.
Summary: Would of rated 5 eggs, but my fan broke T_T
Pros: I've owned this case since August of 2008. It is a great case. The fans have always kept my tower cool and running at optimal performance.Having as many fans as the case does its still more quiet then other cases I have been around. Can constantly upgrade my Tower without having to worry about something not fitting.
Cons: After almost 6 years of owning this case. The front top 120mm TriCool blue LED fan no longer functions properly. The LED stays on but no motor function within the fan itself. It is an easy fix to replace. Not enough room for cable management. The hdd drive bays are a pain to get in if the MB is still in the case.
Summary: This was kinda diffcult but probably cause I'm used to working with my full x-clio tower. No worries, a very nice case.
Pros: Nice case, good airflow from the front fans and works in unison with a side case fan(which you should get) going to the top fan I have a closed loop cpu cooler on the back blowing in, with the front and side fans working all that heats gets rushed out to the top which is nice. My old EVGA 560Ti nevers goes above 70C on Blackflag 4 all settings max besides environment detail high and no AA on 1080p. Probably thanks to the Side case fan giving it fresh air.
Cons: My only gripe is in the future when I plan on upgrading the gpu the internal extra fan holder will need to be removed. Its really annoying anyways gets in the way of my cables which were already kinda of a hassle to get set.
Pros: First: Lots of fans. The stock fans all turned to max speed have been able to keep the case ice cold. Second: Three front bays are enough. Finally: The side window helps in monitoring internal dust.
Cons: The top fan has fallen off of its bearing and cannot stay attached for much longer. First sign was the fan started to tap against the cage that it is in. This problem showed up until just a week ago, the case still is able to stay cold though.
Summary: This is a great case for anyone looking for a beginner level gaming computer, or someone that wants a case that looks as good as it preforms. If you're going to be running multiple graphics cards, or need a LOT of space for expansions, you may need to look into something a bit larger than this.
Pros: An overall great case, the two fans up front bring plenty of air into the system, and the 200mm fan up top really helps out in keeping the CPU (which in my system sits about an inch and half below the fan) nice and cool. The case is rather spacious despite being a 'mid tower' sized case, and it has plenty of room for expansion.
Cons: The only complaints I've got for the case are as follows; the top of the case feels like a cheap grade plastic and if you ever need to move the computer, you shouldn't ever rely on it as a grip, as it feels like it'll rip off at any point. Also the fans are a bit noisy for my taste, which is something that's easily fixed with a few new fans.
Pros: A breeze to work on. Plenty of space inside. Drive cages made installation quick and easy. Lots of fans to keep my system cool. For the price, there's not many cases I've seen that compare
Cons: Fans have three pin connectors. I could use all but two, as my motherboard doesn't have enough power connectors for them. Molex would have been better. Going to do some rewiring... No wire storage... Cables everywhere, plus fan wires can make for a messy case