Summary: This case has been a pleasure to own and use. It houses my always-on components, and is part of a build that is 4.5-5 years old now. The case is finished inside and has not cut me while I've had my hands inside.
Pros: Finished edges, user-friendly design & control locations.
Summary: This case was used for my personal computer for a little over a year, then became my son's gaming computer for just under 4 years, There are minor scratches that don't go through the paint and no dents.
Pros: I've used this case for 3 builds over 5 years. It now has a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 mobo and sits on an end table to avoid as much dust as possible. I clean the front filter and the added side intake filter every couple of weeks just to be sure the inside is clean. I am keeping the insides as cool...
Summary: The new revision is cool but the first version is a GREAT SAVING CASE
Pros: Perfect Case for a solid build with base setup and for a long time. The case is made in hard metal panel . Price is a real joke for the HIGH quality case. Easy to work inside. This is my case for office computer and my Bench Work Computer. I RECOMMAND THIS CASE
Cons: No place face SSD fixation but it's OK I use my brain. No USB 3.0 because it's not a recent case BUT we can replace it.
Summary: If you install an SSD, the only place to put it (as far as I know) is screwing it on the bottom trey of the case which seemed kind of odd to me. But like I said, pretty new to building computers.
Pros: I'm pretty new to computer assembly, but everything seems pretty well designed. It was all pretty easy to work with - I also was pleasantly surprised to find 4 SATA cables come with the case. Plenty of extra screws too.
Cons: You kind of have to get creative with cable management. Would be nice to have a USB 3.0 slot in the front, but I think this is an older case. Not enough to knock an egg off.
Pros: lots of motherboard screw hole options, plenty of hard drive bays lots of fan spots, one big fan at top for exhaust heat rises so smart design, build in filter and spot for 120mm in front for intake has120mm side fan and 1 120mm exhaust fan which i mounted push pull seidon 120 radiators too. lots...
Cons: one of the 120mm 3 speed fans that came with the case didn't work not that big of a deal to me though
Summary: This is a solid bang for the buck case. If you're building a rig where you don't have a lot of money to spend on a case, get this case. (Especially if you're building your first computer) Overall amazing case, very happy with it.
Pros: - Really good airflow - Really good temperatures - Comes with 2 fans, optional 3rd 120mm or 140mm fan - SSD Compatible - Comes with a Hard Drive bay or slot. (However you want to call it, there's some cases that you have to put the have drive in a corner because it just doesn't come with a bay) -...
Cons: Just a little con, but doesn't really matter to many people. - ABSOLUTELY no space for cable management. (There's no cable management holes on the back... :( )
Pros: Very quiet and very good air flow at a cheap price.
Cons: USB ports in the USB Module at the front of the case is just as delicate as you might think. Something to think about if you have kids that plug things in the front and leave them there, then dogs that go walking past.
Summary: - I've never plugged the connectors for the leds on the front panel in so I don't know how well those work. - When I first built a computer with this case I used a Corsair CX600 non modular psu.
Pros: - Cheap - Well built - Nothing has broken for the 2 years I've owned this case and the two computers I've built with it - Came with a lot of screws and motherboard standoffs - Case fans are pretty quiet
Cons: - Very hard to manage cables inside this case - Impossible to press the reset button so I didn't even connect it to the motherboard - There are metal plates that were connected at the top of the 5.25" drive bay that vibrated and made a very loud noise until I twisted them out of the case