Summary: I love the small size and price. Here are some comments. 1: Get the version without a power supply and purchase a good one separately. One failed on me. 2: Purchase 3.5 to 5 in. bay rails to get 6 3.5 in sata drives in this case .
Very good and easy to work with even though it is small.
4 January 2014
Summary: The case can fit a full size ATX motherboard, and a standard power supply. Double check the dimensions of the supply if its too big it will not fit. Besides that everything fit inside comfortably and had plenty of space for air flow so components do not over heat.
great for basic tower or non pretentious HTPC case on its side
BuyItOnce "Just_Slightly_Geeky", Amazon
31 July 2013
Summary: fits full size ATX board and power supplies with room for 5 3.5 hdd for some serious storage in a compact case. well ventilated with 3 80mm fan slots and 2 120mm fan slots. Although it fits full size gear, space is tight due to the small physical dimensions.
Summary: I used to own the big brother to this case, the Cooler Master HAF 922 . And when I say big, I mean BIG. It was a nice case, but absolutely massive, towering like the monolith in 2001: A Space Odyssey. It took up so much room on my desk that I looked for something smaller.
Summary: A great slim case! I was hoping it would be smaller in all dimensions but it seems that the length of cases are generally the same. It is slimmer and a bit shorter than a normal mid case though. The case is extremely well built, has great air flow and has plenty of customization options.
Summary: For - just about the smallest full ATX case around. Against - well, not much. The PSU is actually placed at the front of the case which feels a bit odd. There is an internal lead which goes from the IEC socket on the back to the PSU, this could really have done with a physical mains switch on the...
Summary: I used this case to house a full ATX board with a stock intel cooler and 560Ti GPU. This all fitted very well. The design of the PSU fixing is well thought out and the expansion bays/slots are all usable.
Summary: whilst it claims to allow ATX motherboards you need to find a slightly smaller power supply if possible, managed to fit a coolermaster 520w by reversing the psu in the slot (cables front), and just about managed to squeeze everything in but was a 0mm fit.
Summary: This the only true 'budget' HTPC case. Nothing else really existed when I purchased it for the same price, take note that there is a PSU included. Case design is alright, it was quite hard to get the screws in to mount the Optical drive, especially as I didn't have a stubby screwdriver.