Summary: I just finished building a 'spare' computer system in this case. It has room for a total of five cooling fans. It comes with two cooling fans, one in the top and one on the back. I only downgraded the rating as it should have a cooling fan in the front instead of a large 140mm fan in the top. Often I set items on the top of my PC case.so my preference is cooling fan in the back and at least one in the front.
Summary: It's a really solid case. It housed everything I wanted it to. My only gripe is that the PSU is mounted on the bottom, whereas I'm used to putting it near the top of the case. I guess thats a personal preference though. I suppose that may help with cooling the PSU... anyway, solid case.
Summary: Nice case and lots of room. Love the black mesh that is on the front. The power switch seems to be a little flimsy, but does the job. The fan on the top of the case is controlled by a 3 position switch. If you leave the switch on low the fan will not spin and makes a intermittent whining sound. I keep the speed on medium and works fine. Both fans are quite and seem to work well.
Summary: I am currently using this case for my computer and it has been great so far. I can do a lot with it and it has convenient ports for your USB and sound system needs. It has plenty of space for your fans and ports and the back entry has a lot of possible combinations and necessities that you may come to have. My graphics card was sort of awkward and so it was pretty tight during installation but this rig should GENERALLY be big enough for all your impressive components.
Summary: I like these cases and have two now. The build in fans have 3 speed controls on them which is a nice little touch in my opinion. The cases are well made and sturdy with ample space for parts and cables. I don't really notice the fan sounds too much. My old case was idling at 41 and was triggering the warning that it was hitting 70 degrees while gaming. Now it's idling at 37/36 and while gaming it's at 60. I'm happy with that. Cons: It's all screws, baby.
Summary: I love this tower. It's a nice clean look for with my entertainment center. I don't understand all the towers with LEDs everywhere and big ugly shapes down the sides. The front grill is a open panel to help cool with a dust guard on the inside. My main (only) gripe is that the dust guard and sometimes other panels will, at times, start to vibrate with my HDD and hum or buzz a little from just bumping about a little.
Summary: Just what I was looking for. Needed a bigger case due to several upgrades and I definitely didn't need the lights or the clear side panel that seem to be a part of most cases out there. Fans are a little noisy on high speed and the cable management is a bit of a joke but I had plenty of room for a Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 2 GB DDR5 DL-DVI-I/SL-DVI-D/HDMI/Dual Mini DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 100311-2SR , GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 AM3+ AMD 970 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD...
Summary: Antec 300 is a great "starter" case. Basic modifications I did that GREATLY improved this case... - Blocked left panel fan opening for better front to back airflow - Cutout the 2 front fan grills for zero air restriction - side mounted 2 HDD in the 5.25 bays to increase airflow and to route/hide cables - Cutout holes in motherboard tray for 24pin, 8pin and PCI power, SATA, USB cable routing behind the mobo tray.