Pros: Really nice for what you get... 1. full size atx motherboards supported 2. full/regular sized components (power supply, motherboards, ...) 3. pretty good air-flow 4. well layed-out design 5. Apevia has done a very good job
Cons: None, really. Anybody getting this should know the limitations of this design... 1. limited space (this is why you got this design in the first place) 2. POSSIBLY a lower quality power supply (don't complain, just spend $50 and get another power supply)
Nice Case, BUT, the crappy power supply makes it overpriced.
c bell, Amazon
14 March 2015
Summary: Overall a nice case. My atx board with 5 pci slots and a pci express fit nicely. room around the edges for routing the cables. Its deeper than its wide. the photos gave me the impression its wider than it is deep. the diminsions didnt indicate width or depth. so be advised its 17" deep.
Anyway it works fine nothing special but the power supply provided is actually ...
3 March 2015
Summary: I bought a new gaming rig and wanted to take the old components from my used case and create a smaller more compact secondary computer because, well I am a geek. Anyway it works fine nothing special but the power supply provided is actually really useless.
Summary: The case works great, but the design is the problem. Removing the front plate is extremely difficult and feels like you are going to crack the plastic every time. The main shut-off switch is located there so you need to remove the front to access it.
Summary: I installed a couple 120mm fans which gave it reasonable airflow. Blue power light on the front is pretty blinding if watching a movie in the dark, so I unplugged it. Ultimately, this was the cheapest case I could find that fit my needs, and I got what I paid for.
Pros: Decent size full ATX case for an HTPC, although it is important to plan out the installation ahead of time (like installing and connecting up the bottom HDD before installing the motherboard). I fit in 2 HDDs, a BDROM, and an SSD (had to get creative on that last one). Even has a little room for ...
Cons: Comes with a really cheap and noisy power supply, which I swapped out. Mine did not come with any of the accessories like motherboard standoffs, screws, feet or drive rails. I had enough extras of most things to get by, but the drive rails are smaller than anything I had on hand and installing th...
Cons: Weird air flow arrangement. You'll need to get creative to keep component from overheating in this thing. No cable management. Your cables will probably block your bays. Power supply is terrible. Your machine will freeze/reset. Has a bizarre front exhaust and an extension power cable that runs to...