Cons: The side panels don't fit right and there is not enough room for upper Liquid cooling fans without hitting the ram. Get a vengeance c70. I owned this case since the i5 3570k came out and just got a c70 and it's way worth the extra $. If your a gamer don't get this case.
the case itself is actually good. but the power switch cable of the case ...
Shuocheng Huang, Amazon
19 January 2015
Summary: the case itself is actually good. but the power switch cable of the case is broken, so i have to connect the reset switch cable to the motherboard to start my computer. and when i noticed the fact that the cable is broken, i have already installed almost everything, which means i can't ask for a...
Pros: nice case looks and does everything it says, got it on sale and figured that I would get the 300R for the same price as 200R. more space and great reviews.
Cons: size of case listed at 17.7 height is incorrect. That is without the feet i'm guessing. but as far as I can see they don't come off. height is 18.7" and that just won't fit my desk space. Really dissapointed that dimensions are off by an inch
Pros: The case layout is great, and you can buy a cheap kit that adds four extra hard drive rails for a total of 8 drives you can mount inside the case. It has great airflow, and a great layout.
Cons: The screwholes for the motherboard stripped out on all but two of them inside of my case. I've only mounted one motherboard inside of the case before the holes stripped out, and when I went to swap motherboards I discovered the stripped out holes. I've never used more force than required to mount...
Summary: I feel like an old fart using that saying but it's true. I've used this case for a year now and overall it's a very cheap feeling case. The side of the case needs to be coerced into place because of the thin, spineless material used.
Cooler Master makes a better case for half the price
21 January 2014
Summary: I have used the Cooler Master HAF 912 - Mid Tower Computer Case with High Airflow Design (RC-912-KKN1) on 2 previous builds. I was completely satisfied, but for some reason I decided to try this Corsair case on a third build.
Summary: was a nightmare build for me! starting from the to stiff UN-flexible USB 3.0 front panel cable that bent the header on the GD65 Gaming board !!! (cable surface are not smooth, and low quality will tend to snag the headers pins) never thought a corsair case can bad, but i found a bad one!
Pros: - grate air cooling & good temperatures. - many fans can be added. - PSU filter. - no motherboard stand-offs are needed.
Cons: - difficult cable management (lack of space & cable tie spots behind the back door) - build quality not up to other Corsair cases such as the 200R. - lack of roof filter. - (some of us prefer roof fans pulling air in) - no rubber PSU mount. (scratched the bottom of an up facing new SeaSonic 650 X...
Pros: Good looking case, roomy inside for cable management
Cons: As the title says, poor quality control. My case was packaged & shipped with one missing rubber foot. It looks like it was never attached from the assembly factory - wasn't floating around in the packaging so it didn't fall off in transit. Has there of the four need to keep it from wobbling one t...
Summary: PROS: Lots of fan mounts Light weight Sturdy construction Quiet case fans CONS: Short HD Audio cable. Cannot route from behind mobo and get to the port on an Asrock Extreme4. You have to route it from above and tuck it underneath mobo to hide it. Lack of instructions.