Excerpt: This case has good features and airflow. It also allows for cable management, more difficult if you have thick PSU cables, and has air filters on the bottom intake for the PSU, the front intake, and the top exhaust vent. Overall, this case is a good balance between quality and value.
Summary: What a great case by Coolermaster. For $50 buck you get a lot more that you expect these days. You can put almost anything in it. Some larger heatsinks may have an issue fitting but really do you need those large heatsinks anymore?
Pros: Quality built budget case., Front Panel USB 3.0
Pros: Great size, Build quality is great for the price, Very versatile layout for many components, Fans that arrive with the case are very quiet, I considered buying upgrades before I even had the case in my possession; glad I didn't.
Summary: I bought this case for my cheap gaming pc. Installed cooler master V550S psu. One problem is that there is no much gap for the cable management. It has less than half-inch gap from the cable to the left door panel. You have to push hard the cables into the gap for you to close the left door panel.
Summary: The case is good quality and very well done. All the screws provided to attach the devices are the same color as the box (black). It also has the advantage of having three USB ports on the front (2x USB2.0 and USB3.0 1x). I wish rather 2x USB3.0 instead of one.
Summary: great case for the price. some small things i noticed: - the SSD mount underneath the 3.5" bay requires the drive to be placed upside down or the screw holes won't line up. this might have been obvious but as a first timer with SSDs, it was a slight puzzle for me :) - for the top exhaust fan, there...
Summary: The best of the few mATX cases in its price range IMO. For usually less than $50 you get typical Cooler Master value with an all-black interior, smooth-sounding 120mm fans, lots of cooling options and decent looks to boot.
Pros: - Compact, good looks and great build quality for the price, - Many cooling options, support for 120/140mm fans, large video cards and tall CPU coolers, - Quiet and effective fans, - Subtle front LEDs, - No tool-less stuff (Yes, to me it's a pro)
Cons: - Tight space behind MB tray, - Only one USB3 on the front, - No ATX12V cable routing hole above MB, - Awkward 2.5" drive placements, - MB mounts were a bit fragile on my case, do not overtighten the standoffs
Summary: Even with it's faults I have to give it top rating because of the price, you get everything you could want for mATX form factor, and in midnight black. fyi comes with 2xCoolermaster 120mm fans.
Pros: -Just over $30 after rebate when it was on sale. I mean really that price is crazy considering what you get for this mATX., -HDD bay is moveable closer to the PSU, away from front, -Space for 4x SSD and 2x HDD, -You'll never have any GPU clearance issues, even a R9 290 with an Accelero Xtreme III...
Cons: -Space behind the motherboard! Even the bowed case cover on the right side will not afford much room behind the motherboard after everything is routed, you probably will have trouble closing it. Another centimeter would be perfect. This is when modular psu's are handy so you can minimize the cabl...