Summary: I have never had a better tower. Love it. It is quiet and stays cool even with all my super hardware in it. My only complaint is that there were more USB 3 hookups than my motherboard could support. Everyone who has seen it is blown away with how little sound it makes. I have eight fans and you can hardly tell it is on.
Summary: They didn't make them like this when I was young. Just helped my son build a gaming system with this case. I thought it was overkill but it is a really cool case. Everything went together really well. The Gigabyte G1 Sniper motherboard fit perfect. This case has so many fans I had to buy extra splitter cables to power them all. Just be sure you have plenty of space to sit this awesome beast!
Summary: This is a great great case. I actually turned down the AC, the room got pretty cold with all the fans working. Spacious. R9 290x, EVGA x79 classified, i7 4930. Everything fit, and there is more than enough room. Looks very nice as well. There are really no negatives worth mentioning.
Summary: Had no trouble with cable management or attaching my MoBo, power supply, optical drive, SSD, video/audio cards. Super easy to get in and out of. Comes with extra screws. #2 screwdriver bit is all ya' need. Also, has an extra slot for a fan on the side panel. HUGE! Downsides are there are not enough fan connectors on my MoBo to plug in all the fans with given cables. (more of a MoBo problem, but just a heads up that there are 6 fans, each requiring a connection.
Summary: I chose this case to support the ASUS P9X79 LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard. This MOBO is huge. So I bought this huge case to accommodate. IT is AMAZING!!!! My clients friend thought it was a juke box. (Dumb friend I guess). If you buy this case, keep in mind that it stands very tall, and has 6 blue LED fans and your motherboard is going to need 6 fan headders on board or adapters that will add fan connections.
Summary: The case works well. Dimensions give plenty of space to work with. With 5 fans running, one off, and yet another space to install a fan, you'll keep your components cool. The rig also comes with a water cooling harness pre-installed, so if you have one, easy setup. The blue LED glowing is pretty stylish, and the clear paneling shows off the interior nicely, if you appreciate that.
Summary: This case is great for those with the need for tons of 5.25" drive bays. The main difference between the Twelve Hundred V2 and the Twelve Hundred V3 is: the V2 had an eSATA port on the front IO panel, whereas the V3 has a USB3 port.
Summary: I love this case! It was easy to assemble and came with plenty of hardware, screws and all of the fans needed. I was disappointed with the shipping quality as it was delivered to me only in the product package and not repackaged for shipping. The product box was destroyed upon receipt of the tower from the carrier, and I was not happy that the hardware box and cables included were not packaged for shipping.
Summary: I upgraded from the 900-2 to this 1200-V3 for my i7 4770K build. Although I can get away with a mid-tower, going with the full-tower is the only way for me henceforth. There is LOTS more breathing room. All components run much cooler with less fan speed than required in my 900-2. With the extra space I don't have to move or unplug components to access the hard drive headers (or any headers for that matter). Access for modifying and cleaning is very convenient.