Summary: Great little case. Front fan a little noisy but could be replaced or even isolated on pads perhaps. Accommodates big graphics cards to (removable hard drive rack), drives would need to be put in the floppy/DVD bays.
Summary: Bought for a budget gaming PC, shame about only having USB2 but got USB3 on the motherboard anyway, not great if you want watercooling but has adequate room for expanding cooling within reason
Excerpt: This is a lovely little box - I liked it so much, I bought three! Although externally compact, it comfortably accommodates four hard disk drives and two external devices, such as DVD ROMs or removable hard drive cages, in addition to a fairly chunky power supply unit.
Summary: I have built a number of very fast and powerful water-cooled PC's over the years as well as whisper quiet home theatre systems. This case was bought for the latter and contains components for my daughters school work (Photoshop) as well playing lower end games like SIMS2 and the like.
Good starting point for a hackintosh. But buy some fans.
A Cactus "Andy Cactus", Amazon
30 August 2011
Summary: Almost perfect starting point for the first time hackintoshers working on mini-ITX boards. I say almost perfect because once you are settled in and start using the full grunt of all cores on an i5 3570K with just the stock cooler at base speeds in the summer the internal temperatures will be up at...