Summary: I cant complain. I owned an Antec NineHundred case for 5 years and it is still working great. I upgraded my PC and used this new Antec case for my new build and it is even better. The front filters keep it much cleaner inside than the older version and the cable management is more than adequate. It also has veriable fan speed controllers and external switches for the LED's. I highly recommend this case.
Summary: I used this to build a DVD duplicator with a traditional PC set up. Excellent layout. Easy set up. My only complaint is that the fan on the top is wearing out with some small buzzing on occasion. But I bought it used so I have no idea how much use this fan had prior. Speaking of the fan, I wish there was an attachement at the front of the fan so the air would blow away from the user. Minor annoyance. Over all an excellent product.
Summary: Pros: -Great Price -Great Cooling (Comes with 4 fans with blue LED lighting, can support up to 6) -Great cable management via a removable rear cover -Plenty of room for an ATX motherboard, can probably fit an Extended ATX as well -Plenty of room for a large graphics card (A bit over 12" of clearance) -Fully adjustable Drive Bay/Hard Drive Bay configuration -Can support up to 9 hard drives or 9 external drives -Each hard drive cages come with a controllable fan and...
Summary: Pro's: Case has lots of room to work, cut out for CPU cooler, filters on all intake fans which is a huge plus to keep system clean and cool. Lots of room to expand too. Con's: Only two things that could use some improvement, but do not effect the function of the case in any way. First the front dust filters are not easy to get at. Have to remove both sides to get at Hard drive bay take screws out, then slide out bay a little to get at filters.
Summary: Its a good case overall with 4 built in fans and many drive bays. However, If you plan on adding an Extended ATX motherboard (For example the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z), there will be no room in this case. The Extended ATX design will cover the holes for routing cables, making it impossible to hide cables.
Summary: Nothing fancy but does the trick for budget builders. Good cooling with large near silent fans and room for more should you use this case with an overclocked video card and or CPU. A nice large CPU cutout and cutouts for cable runs. As others have said the power button leads are backwards from what the manual shows so if you try to turn on your newly built system and nothing happens or it turns on for a moment and goes off start your troubleshooting there.
Summary: I bought this case for my new gaming rig. My friend was building at the same time as I was and used an HAF922 case. His case wasn't painted black inside and wasnt as presentable looking at this case. This case comes with pleanty of cooling fans! The only thing I didn't really like about it was the mount for the fan holder on the side panel. The fan mount on the side is not removable and can bump into different things.
Summary: Since other reviewers pointed out a lot of PROs, I will just through a CON. I was very irritated by the front fans' bright blue LEDs at nights. And you have no options to turn it off. Some people said blocking the LED with black electrical tape works well, although I never tried it myself since I sold it to my friend. Other than this, a great case.