Excerpt: This case is spacious and beautiful to look at. Plenty of room for even the largest graphics cards available. The only downsides are some issues with cable management, but these problems have a lot to do with the fact that the case is only slightly larger than and ATX motherboard.
The case is close to perfect, if the radiator support mount was slotted instead ...
Daniel B., Amazon
22 January 2015
Summary: The case is close to perfect, if the radiator support mount was slotted instead of being fixed position holes, and if it was of horizontal design and another radiator mount was where the feet and hard drives were(with similar side molding like the rest of the case), this case would be awesome.
Summary: Really am impressed with the overall engineering but this is not a case for the beginning enthusiast in my opinion. My only major critique is the poor installation instructions since they are really basic diagrams.
Summary: The front 140mm fans are a little louder than I had hoped they'd be but they do move a lot of air. My graphics cards have never been so happy hehe... As mentioned in the Pros section, the case is surprisingly light weight but there is a tradeoff. The AIR 540 is a little flimsy in some respects.
Pros: Great air flow., Lot's of room to work,, Easy to do a really clean looking build., Liberal use of thumbs screws mean you don't "need" a screwdriver., Light weight if you want to take it with you to a LAN party., Lot's of room for water cooling if you're so inclined.
Cons: It could use a couple more 3.5" bays., Front 140mm fans are a little louder than I had hoped for.
Summary: I needed a non standard case to fit my design in the living room. This case was in the good range for depth, lenght and height. The air flow is very nice, on the top i have installed a Corsair H100i and it's awesome. The side of hhd have no room for fans or anything to cool this place.