Summary: It's a case that will work great if you're building a gaming computer. Pros: -Has great airflow -6 fan locations -comes with 1 fan included -accommodates long graphics cards -bottom mounted PSU location -has alot of slots for drives and other devices -opens on both sides for easy access to back side of mobo aswell as installing parts -has a big window to see all the cool hardware inside Cons: -The fan filters don't do so good -front LED lights are too bright for my taste...
Summary: I am on a low budget gaming build and wanted to mod a bit. this case made it easy to hide cables and add lights. other than that and some sanding on the window I didn't mod any more. came to be a lot more than I wanted. I'm impressed with the overall quality if the case considering the price. the new gaming system (SOUNDWAVE) is up and looks bad ass. thanks Cooler Master! thanks Amazon.
Summary: I purchased this case for a budget build, and could not be happier. It has a ton of room inside for long video cards, great cooling options, and a killer matte black interior. It's a very lightweight construction; in fact I couldn't believe how little it weighed when UPS delivered it. This might make you think the quality is poor. Not so.
Summary: I really like this case. it arrived within 3 days, but came with a blemish. between the 2 port regions, the plastic rod broke, so i just fused it together with an alchohal based glue. comes with sleak metal mesh port covers, and most, if all the bolts and screws youll need. also, 2 usb 3.0, microphone, and speaker connectors.
Summary: This case is incredible. It is spacious, sturdy, and comes with a lot of options for cable routing. It is a micro-ATX/ATX case. I am running an AMD system with the FX-8350 eight-core overclocked, and two Radeon 7870's CrossFire'd and overclocked, and this case has plenty of cooling room for all. It has room for a 240mm radiator at the top for a liquid cooler (I have a Corsair H100).
Summary: The front intake fan spins very slowly (600rpm). I suggest purchasing a better fan to allow much better cooling. Also, the slots for components all require punchouts that are pretty annoying and difficult to remove. I would of much rather seen a screw on/off method. But overall, its a wonderful case especially for the price.
Summary: I had looked at many cases, and decided to "cheap out" since this was my first case swap. The Elite 430 exceeded all my expectations. Admittedly, being an inexpensive case, it doesn't have the best wire management. However, it's very well put together and sturdy. The locking mechanisms for the hard drives and optical worked quite well. Yes, I'm sure there are much better cases out there, at much higher prices.