Summary: It's quiet but not quiet enough for my graphics card. GTX 690. It's not bad though. The reason for me deducting two stairs is because I'm pretty sure the power button on it is busted. I have to push it weirdly on one side then the other to get it to boot right.
Summary: Cons: The backside of the mobo could have a smidge more space. The wires fit, and I closed the case myself; but it wasn't "easy". I wish there was a place to store the cover, I remove it for my cpu cooler *H100i GTX* and its awkward to set on my desk. Pros: Fit/Finish are top notch.
Pros: Hard to find a better case for the money after rebate. Feels solid and runs quiet.
Cons: The only real issue is I have to keep the top cover off after I installed the Silverstone TD02-Lite liquid cooler, but that's expected. Taking the cover off does allow a bit more noise to escape, but keeping it on blocks too much airflow and CPU temps get into 50s.
Summary: Got a slight ding in the cover for the back of the case making it a little hard to slide on and secure in place, but overall does not take away from the case. Also would've been nice to have rubber grommets for the wiring holes in the case.
Pros: It is small, yet spacious enough to accommodate my needs. Overall I think this is a great case for the price and the sound deadening definitely works, which the I was going for a silent gaming rig.
Cons: Only real issue is cable management. If you don't have a modular PSU like me, you will be left tons of cables and no place to put them. But since the case doesn't have a window, no one will ever see it so not much of a con.
Pros: Extremely quiet, especially with CPU water cooling in-place. This is the quietest case I've ever owned. I'd purchase this again in a heartbeat, and highly recommend it!!!
Cons: The clip that holds the door on keeps popping out on the lower-peg for some reason. It doesn't totally fit correctly. But the door still stays on, even while opening/closing it, so it's not a big deal.