Summary: I had a rather old desktop (started life as Win XP) that I built years ago, and I was getting rather annoying with it's very slow performance. It was time for an upgrade! My solution was to get a new mother board, new processor and 8 Gig of memory. So I got the following from Amazon.com.
Summary: This is an excellent case for the price. If you purchase one there are only three things to consider - 1. if you are looking for a quiet box you need to replace the 200 mm fan with something like a Coolmaster 2. if you generate a lot of heat I added 2 80 mm fans in back 3. this case does not come with a speaker which I would add. This shock mount bays are excellent as is the overall case design.
Summary: When i bought this case i did not have the benefits of other reviews so i hope this can help whoever is looking at this case to make a decision. The case is well built for the price range with a gauge steel that is similar to a high price server. There are the usual features such as front USB (2), indicator LEDs for hard drives etc. It also has indicator LEDs for your network cards if your motherboard supports this feature. Case comes with a 120 mm front fan installed.
Summary: VERY VERY good quality case! everything fits precise, buttons arn't cheap feeling at all, handles are not plastic, NOTHING on this case is plastic (except buttons, filter, and pci card holders), looks very very good! only thing.... didn't come with a slim dvd reader like in picture, comes with bags of bolts, a bracket for the dvd reader, comes with motherboard standoffs pre installed, comes with extra standoffs too,
Summary: BIG and STURDY! This case is well crafted and built to be strong. I just built a rack mounted PC for running an audio recording system. The case compartments and parts are on par with the best cases I've ever used. If you've ever built with a high end case you know there's a difference between cases that use premium materials and those that use cheaper ones. Chenbro seems on par with Corsair and Silverstone.
Island Music EZ "Independent Music Professional", Amazon
3 June 2013
Summary: - All edges are rolled, no sharp corners - Room for 2.5" drive - All holes line up, precision machining - No rattling, drive cages rubber grommeted - Fits large coolers Conclusion: Astonished that a quality product like this doesn't cost much more, awesome value.
Summary: I bought a computer from CybertronPC that uses this particular case. It is a very impressively built and solid case. It reminded me of the original IBM AT computer from 1983. The case is extremely solid and well built, but it is very heavy. I swear it must weigh about 30 lbs. There was room inside for 4 3.5" hard drives, and 3 5.25 drives. Mine has 4 3.5's and single 3.5 in an adapter. The fan is a little noisy, but aside from that I am very happy with this unit.
Summary: Das Gehäuse ist zwar gut verarbeitet, aber im Bereich der Festplatten, die in der Mitte eingebaut werden schlecht durchdacht. Es fängt damit an, dass der einbaubare 80mm Lüfter im Festplattenkäfig an den Kabeln schleift vom Power und Reset Schalter, die Kabel müssen ersmal mit nem Kabelbinder Vorne ans Gehäuse befestigt werden um das Schleifen zu unterbinden.