Summary: Let me start off by saying this is a great case for the money. For $50 you get a great small-form-factor case which will easily fit into smaller nooks and crannies of your home theater setup. I've seen it as low as $35 with mail-in rebate, so it can purchased very cheaply. Specs: It comes with two fans a front intake 120mm fan and an 80mm exhaust. The case's dimensions are as follows (W x H x D) 9.4 x 8.2 x 15.7 inch.
which is excellent. Keeps my parts cool and has a lot ...
Courtney B, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: This is honestly a very impressive case, the amount of stuff it allows you to fit and bolt onto the sides/front is exceptional for a case of this size. Note that it also fits full-size ATX power supplies (though cable management for non-modular PSUs will be a tricky venture no doubt), which is excellent. Keeps my parts cool and has a lot of well-thought out placement for everything inside.
Summary: I have been very happy with this case. The look of it is clean and modern. The activity light is relatively small and not obnoxious. It was easy to build in, with no oddities in hardware location or bizarre screw locations. I wish there had been a designated place for wire management like other cases since the interior can get a little cramped. Also, the out of the box fans can get a bit noisy.
Summary: I ma a cooler master fan. I prefer the HAF cases but I have used two of these cases for builds for my kids. Using ITX boards used to seem limiting but since using the ASROCK FM2A88X-ITX+ I have found good performance in this small package. This has a very small footprint and if you can work in small spaces this case is a good option.
Summary: Awesome afforable case. I've got a GTX 980 (MSI) in it with no problems. If you are going to get a 980 make sure you get either the MSI or the EVGA card since the other cards will be too long to fit into this case! I'm using a Seidon 120M to liquid cool my CPU, if you are also using an ASUS Z97I-Plus motherboard beware because the 4 pin power cable from the fan included in the 120M will not be long enough.
Summary: This case is awesome. It's a tight fit with a full sized graphics card, but I expected as much. With a modular power supply there is still plenty of airflow, and I have no heating issues running the card at max capacity. I attached a metal handle to it to make carrying it into LAN's easier.
Affordable & great quality small form factor case.
W. Gordon, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: The small form factor is very nice and the quality of the case very good. For such a low price point ( <50$ ) I didn't have the highest expectations for the quality of the engineering and manufacturing but Coolmaster has maintained their usual high level of quality in this case, despite the low cost. Everything fits and attaches smoothly and the locations for mounting HDD/SSD are very creative.
Summary: Great little case for M-ITX PC build. I am building a AMD A10 7850 system with Gigabyte F2A88XN-WIFI motherboard. Used Corsair 430 watt PSU, Still trying to find out the best water cooler for the system. Case is well built and has everything you need to make a nice system build. Plenty of places to mount hard drives and secure cables. DVD bay has quick release latching system.
Summary: A little larger than I thought, but that's my fault. Cable routing is a little difficult and unless you are using a really long graphics card this case is probably larger than you need as a mini-itx case. Regardless, it works well, is well built, and includes great mounting hardware.