Cons: I've had 5 of these, and within 3 months all 5 have dead power supplies. I'm not driving many components and should be well within range. The last 2 I have purchased had Power supplies that were DOA. I understand Newegg's position that they would like the whole unit returned, but I couldn't have ...
Summary: I'm happy with other Cooler Master Cases I've used.
Pros: 1) Case is small 2) Newegg was great about returning them, but I did have to pay return shipping.
Cons: 1) Power Supply Exhaust would likely recirculate into the case. 2) The 3.5" Ext Drive bay won't accept a typical multi-card reader. It does work well for a floppy drive! (I actually still have one that I tried ;) 3) External 5.25" bay won't accept an internal hard drive. 4) Case would probably ho...
The case that can't decide if it's a desktop or tower.
Wayne B., Newegg
5 May 2011
Summary: They could lose all the cooling vents on the left side of the case and there would still be more than adequate cooling. Can't wait to see how much dust this thing collects. I may have to add some foam filters. This case isn't a desktop or tower, it's somewhere in between, and not good at either.
Pros: Full ATX board in a slim mini tower, no sharp edges, lots of cooling.
Cons: Vertical drive bays. Good thing I don't need to use any cd/dvds with this one, but then it's just wasted space. Front mounted power supply means you can't access the switch on it. Power supply mounting screw interferes with the 90 degree plug on the extension, 3 screws will hold the PS in place, ...