Summary: This is a very unique case, I couldn't find anything quite like it with a horizontal motherboard. It is a very rigid build, the handles are very well designed so carrying this thing around is a breeze. All your cables can be perfectly hidden underneath the motherboard where all your drives and power supply are stored. The case comes with two front 120mm intake fans which arent too loud, and are quiet enough at low speeds.
Pros: Good Airflow, High quality product, Great cable management, Modifiable!
Cons: Depending on your fan configuration, hard to keep all the dust out.
Summary: Youtube unboxing video http://youtu.be/b3obtsdS-iQ One of the greatest open design cases out there for the price! Pros - Incredible amount of space - Great air-flow potential - Slide and dock sata bays - Water cooling for 240mm radiator support - Two story design to separate PSU and drives from motherboard - Easily opens up from every side of the case - High quality finish - Handles and design that suits being carried around - Motherboard tray can be removed for easy...
Summary: Confined and neat can be only the best two words for this. You may think that this is a waste of money, but for the casual LAN player or the frequent mover, nothing beats handles and a solid steal case. I got over a few thousand dollars running through this things and There is Room to spare. I have owned from the NZXT series of cases to the monster dual top 200mm cases, nothing has airflow like this thing.
Summary: My son had his motherboard, graphics card, etc. in a Cooler Master HAF X for about 3 months. One day, he pushed the power button, and .......... Nothing! After extensive testing I determined that the fault lay in the power switch of the case itself! In over 10 years in computer repair (turning profit every year) I had only seen that one time before. That time it was an extremely cheap and poorly built case. The HAF X is by no stretch of the imagination cheap!
Summary: When I saw this case I had to have it - super cool design, fits components in nicely, got me up and running in no time. Make sure you get your power all worked out before mounting it, as I found accessing it is a PITA once you have it all connected and mounted in. The motherboard of course is easy to access and very cool how it sits in there, plenty of room for vid card + coolers, and temps are really nice in here without much cooling at all, though I did also purchase...
Summary: I bought this with high expectations and it hasn't let me down yet. Pros: Fits my gtx 780 with room for a dual radiator in the front. Very useful cable management Appreciate how the power and storage is on lower deck away from the rest Can be disassembled and used as test bench Fits 20cm fan on top if you don't have aftermarket heat sink Cons: Only two optical bays :/ couldn't fit the dual slot temp/fan controller I wanted but that's not nearly enough to lose a star to...
Summary: I love case. It has super air flow and keeps the system nice and cool. The top and sides are very easy to remove for access to components or just gazing at your rig. I replaced the two front stock case fans with two Noctua NF-F12 PWM Cooling Fans. The stock fans are three pin non-PWM fans and ran at full speed all the time. The Noctua's are virtually silent.
Summary: nothing much to say other than probably the most bang for your buck, multi-function, utilitarian case on the market, its got all you need and plenty of room to spare and the wide base and indent handles on the side make it a sturdy easy movable case that'll last you forever. a must buy.