Summary: +Roomy for a mid-tower case +Good cable management options +Understated styling +Dust filters are very easy to remove +Plenty of room for a larger video card (or two) +Plenty of fan/cooling options The only minor foibles are that that side panels can be a bit fiddly to get back on, and the front door covering the front 5.25 inch bays is unnecessary IMHO.
I particularly like the click in hard drives and optical drives feature
James W Ashby, Amazon
18 October 2014
Summary: First thing first, this case is very light and does have some neat features. I particularly like the click in hard drives and optical drives feature. Though I must admit that the hard drive cradles feel a little flimsy. The panel on the top has to be removed if you intend to use the top fan mounts for 140mm fans. I put 2 120mm fans in and leave it open except for when the computer is powered down.
Summary: I am very happy with this case, it is very quiet. I bought it to build a quiet machine for my media room which includes podcast recording. Combined with Noctua fans, it is very quiet, can't usually be heard much at all except when playing games and everything heats up and fans are blowing at high speed. It meets all my requirements and has more than enough space for all the things I want to put in it, even a 280mm radiator if I ever want to.
Summary: This by far is my favorite case to own. It has a minimalist feel about it but has a ton of hidden features. Pro: -No lights to attract bugs into the computer -Best sound dampening I've ever seen -Tons of airflow and fans hidden from sight -Easy access to screens covering the airflow and clean -Solid feel Con: -Can be tricky to get a proper seal when closing the case. I had my wires running underneath the motherboard which run into the sound dampening material.
Summary: Beautiful case that is practically noiseless. I really wanted to upgrade from my old NZXT case with all the crazy led lighting and get something simple that didn't keep the wife awake at night. I purchased this for the sleek look and lack of lights; however, the added bonus of sound deadening panels really makes this case an excellent buy.
Summary: Very quiet case. It is a little larger than I expected, but works fine. This is my first case upgrade in 10 years, and I`m very happy with it. I use it in a DAW environment, so I used to have it over in a corner. Now it`s hard to tell if it`s on using software fan controllers.
Summary: This product does NOT support E-ATX 12"x13" motherboards. Corsairs website says it does and Amazon got the info off their website. The case itself is very nice, I really wish it worked. But E-ATX is NOT supported even though it says it is.
Summary: So sleek and modern looking on my desk. It really does quiet the entire system down. Even when I have my room fan off I barley even hear it (It's 5 inches away from me). I would totally recommend this case for sleek modern builds.
Summary: Case pros: -Sleek design -Front door is reversible -Spacious interior Case cons: -Bottom filter falls off with the slightest movement, magnets aren't very strong -Both of the side panels came warped just enough that I cant get them onto the case flush -There is a piece of plastic that prevents you from mounting a second 140mm fan in the front, it gets in the way just enough that the fan catches -The clips that hold the 5.25" drives in place sit so closely to the screw...