Summary: This was my first build. I don't have a lot or really any experience with different cases. But I really thought this was was great. The fans were quiet there is a ton of room for anything you want to do. The hard drive trays are removable allowing for more air flow.
This case will definitely outlast all my components. I'll probably still have it when I have kids (if ever).
Peter P., Amazon
16 January 2016
Summary: Probably not the most useful review, but here goes: I got this case when the i5-2500K was the royal prince of desktop CPUs (next to the then Sandy Bridge i7). Then came Ivy Bridge and I got the i5-3570K with an XFX R9-290 4GB GPU later on down the line.
Summary: First off, this case is HUGE! I didn't really know this until the massive box arrived at my porch. Not to say that this is a bad thing, but beware, especially if you plan on tucking it away under a desk or a tight area. I got this case for a new build. I love how spacious it is on the inside.
Summary: Late review? Sure, why not... Bought back in 2012, still going strong. Very good case, but if you have cats, look for a case with the power buttons on the front of the case. Jokes aside, this case was a lot larger than I thought it would be, especially coming from computers made by Dell and Gateway.
Summary: The case looks awesome, has lots of airflow and internal space. However, not a fan of the 200mm fans. Also, I'm building a custom loop now and foresee lots of case hacking; sort of wish I had a different case...
Pros: Looks awesome. Very spacious and has lots of airflow. Easy open/detachable covers. Wide grippy footprint = sturdiest case I've seen.
Cons: Front 200mm fan died 3 months ago. Would get it replaced, but looking to replace all the fans anyway. Large for a midATX case. Plastic shell/mould not perfectly mated (common 600t problem), and catches on metal door. Not an ideal case for water cooling (only a 240 rad up top). Also, the front pan...