Summary: Might have been a nice case, but sadly the wires that connected the power button to the motherboard were unsoldered. Cable management was also lackluster. I ended up using an Enermax Ostrog for my case and although it was $10 cheaper, the build quality and cable management was much better.
Summary: Very good case. This was my first computer build ever. So far i love this case! The blue fan works and looks great. Also i love that you can see inside while the computer is running! Highly recommend!
Summary: It Has Great Space For Fans! Looks Amazing! Im Going To Replace The Front Fan With A White LED One. But This Case Supports Even ATX BOards! The Price Is Also Very EPIC! Must Buy For Budgets of $150-$700! I Love It ALOT! Side Window Is Awesome Touch Too! CONS: NO cable managment and only 2 5.25 bays.
Summary: The case is "OK". Some of the best features of this case is the airflow that Coolermasters are known for but the management of cable requires ALOT of work to done. It's also strange that the front only as one USB 3.0 connection when the cable designed for it supports two. Overall, it's an OK case with nothing too spectacular about it.
Summary: bought this case to transfer my hp pavilion into. It works great looks great with the 4 blue LED fans i put in. Works fantastic. Only thing is the usb 3.0 port didnt work. so i installed the ones from my hp.
Summary: A good looking case, good airflow, spacious enough for a tower heatpipe cpu cooler and a 9 inch video card. However, the material is thin, so it would be good to handle with some care(don't be smothering it too much). The price on this case is very fair for what it is.