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Corsair 800D(CC800DW)
8.2 out of 10

Corsair 800D(CC800DW)

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Overall 8
8.0

Great Case

Michael L., Newegg
27 October 2013
  • Summary: While at times, it took a little time to get to tech support, they were absolutely superb - This goes for the case, memory, and cooler H100. If you are concerned about needing room in the case and want a great case, I would definitely recommend you consider it.
  • Pros: Super Technical Support Plenty of room Partition to manage cables Cables included for all but front panel USB 3 connectors to mobo (sabertooth x79) Inclusion of extension cable for 8 pin CPU / mobo
  • Cons: The only con I had is that I had to buy a third party adapter (about $2) to connect the 2 front panel USB 3 cables to the Motherboard
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Overall 8
8.0

It's a small desk

Kyle H., Newegg
8 October 2013
  • Summary: I absolutly love this case, I feel like all my parts are safe in it, it looks good, and I can use it as a small table since it's so tall but if you don't want or have room for a huge case, I can't suggest it and when it comes time for me to replace the case, I'll probably end up getting something...
  • Pros: Let me just start with this case is extremely massive, I knew it was going to be big but I was still suprized. The case is very easy to work in and is very sturdy, you certainly get what you pay for. You can also fit an EATX board in it without a problem.
  • Cons: Well it is extremely heavy. Some people may have problems with power cables being long enough and I ran into a problem with the cover for the front USB ports not opening fully because the space between my blu-ray drive and it was too close, though I just ended up moving the drive to the slot belo...
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Overall 8
8.0

Overall an impressive design

Stephen M., Newegg
25 September 2013
  • Pros: Room for days. I was a little weary going with a full tower for my new build but boy am I glad I did. This case is HUGE and the extra space doesn't go to waste. Excellent cable management, and designed with the enthusiast in mind. The hot swap drives are great, except for one fairly annoying issu...
  • Cons: I had one issue and one issue only with this case and it was with the hot swap drive bays. While there is support for installing SSDs, the BIOS could not detect both SSDs and HDDs simultaneously. I had to mount the SSD elsewhere in the case, which was somewhat annoying.
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Overall 8
8.0

Amazing Case

Anonymous, Newegg
2 September 2013
  • Summary: The issue with the front USB and audio ports is more than a minor inconvenience but overall as a product I'm still pretty happy with the case and I love the fact it wasn't necessary to do any kind of drilling to mount the radiator on the inside.
  • Pros: Very big, very easy to fit everything inside. Great cable management although I did have an issue with the 4 pin connector not being able to reach the mobo but this is only a minor inconvenience.
  • Cons: I knocked off 1 egg because I noticed the USB ports and Audio ports on the front don't communicate well with the connection to the mobo. It causes the device to connect and disconnect at a very annoying rate of every few seconds making the front USB ports pretty useless. I've tried checking the c...
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Overall 8
8.0

Very nice

Anonymous, Newegg
1 July 2013
  • Pros: If you are buying this case, then you already know everything amazing about it. But, see Cons.
  • Cons: The few issues with this case: The USB 3 Header is two USB Plugs, not the USB3 header. I couldn't believe this. It blew my mind when I seen it. My $90 Silverstone case came with USB3 header. But such is life. The Hot Swap bays are horrible. They are a very very low end type of hot swap. Its hones...
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Overall 8
8.0

Happy but...

Joshua S., Newegg
1 June 2013
  • Summary: Would like side panel behind mobo to have some sort of central or fron and back fastener to avoid cables pusing it out. Had to reroute a few times to get it just right. Would also suggest adding a fan to your 3.5 bay (there is a mount) and if you put a fan on bottom intake make sure it will move...
  • Pros: Love it! All the metal parts are great excellent quality and fit. Looks awersome and coming from a CoolerMaster 922 HAF (no new components) my water cooler and the fans keep my whole system cooler than the 922. Originally had massive neg pressure so reversed the rear fan (water cooler means no ai...
  • Cons: I agree withtheother reviews the the plastic pieces are junk. None of mine were actually broken, but they don't fit very well (actually the only one I really have a problem with is the shoud for the hot swap bay fan). This is a large case, but not quite modern. I have a Gigabyte GTX 680 and if I ...
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Overall 8
8.0

ALMOST a dream

Thomas B., Newegg
6 March 2013
  • Summary: I have all the precision and dexterity of a grizzly bear. Even so, the sheer size of the case's interior made building a joy. Routing cables was a breeze, though it quickly becomes cable spaghetti when everything comes together. Consider tying a few things up as you go.
  • Pros: + Massive amounts of room to work. + Lots of cable management options, easily the cleanest install + Separate chamber for PSU was nice + Lots of included goodies like cpu power extension cord, extra screws, sata cables (but for that price, they better be there)
  • Cons: - Hot swap backplate malfunction can almost ruin your build. IE: if it doesn't work, you only have two other bays to place hard drives. Removing the hot swap plate reveals a plastic housing that can't be removed and is too narrow to fit cables through. - 140mm Fans are really quiet, but are also ...
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Overall 8
8.0

Beats my Mac.

Kevin M., Newegg
25 January 2013
  • Pros: This was the case I sourced out after having decided I was done giving Apple too much of my money. I wanted to put together a workstation that could handle GPU Processing for Adobe, Lightworks and DaVinci Resolve. After seeing that building a Mac system was going to be in the neighborhood of $12,...
  • Cons: There are a few small cons; It would be nice to have an extra 1/4" in the back panel. It happens to be that the cables just fit, and by that I mean they push out on the panel a little bit. Not very noticeable, but its there. Either my case or motherboard was mislabeled as EATX. The standoffs in t...
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Overall 8
8.0

Awesome Case, terible packaging!!!!

Samantha F., Newegg
31 December 2012
  • Summary: AX1200i PSU came in today, top shape packaging, NEWEGG even placed it in one of their boxes... Considering the price of this case, one would think a little more care would have been placed on the proper packaging of a high end case such as this one... Failed guys!
  • Pros: Product is sound, as described.
  • Cons: I could not believe the extremely poor packaging that is surrounding this case!! As a result, plexi panel was crushed and scratched along with a broken support peg which holds the rear access panel to the mobo. Case itself is fine. I noted the tear on the box to Puro attendant when i picked-up......
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Overall 8
8.0

Great for liquid cooling

Emmanuel Z., Newegg
5 December 2012
  • Pros: It is big and roomy, has space for everything you need but it all comes at a price.
  • Cons: This thing is heavy, and has poor airflow for air cooled setups (i knew this going into it). Unless youre going to liquid cool your pc dont get this case
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