Summary: I really like the window in the side of this case. The latches make it very easy opening up the case. I didn't like how the front usb 3.0 are connected to two internal male usb 3.0 instead of a 3.0 motherboard plug. Amazon sells the adapter ( SMAKN USB 3.0 20-Pin Motherboard Female to 2 Type-A Female Connectors Y-Cable) but this is really odd that it is like that. Also the top front of the case is quite sharp. Overall i would buy again.
Summary: I absolutley love this case, besides a couple small things that Im taking star away for. My PSU will not screw into the back of the case. The holes are misalligned. My PSU is the KINGWIN Lazer Platinum Series LZP-550 550W ATX 12V v2.2 / EPS 12V v2.91 / SSI EPS 12V v2.92 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply. So it should fit fine. And the second thing is the USB 3.0 dock they give you doesnt fit in the case anywhere.
Summary: The first thing I experienced about this case is that it's on the heavy side. The weight combined with the (understandably) tight styrofoam cushioning made it necessary for me turn the box upside down and pull the box itself up in order to get to what's inside of it. I was a bit impressed by the inclusion of a fabric dust cover since my experience with other brands of computer cases has been the consistent usage of throwaway plastic wrapping.
Summary: My only complaint with this case is that fact that it is a little older and therefore doesn't have the correct USB 3 header to connect directly to the newer motherboards. So you have to get an adapter.
Summary: This case is amazing. It has tons of room, while not being too much bigger than your older generation midtowers. It's well made and sleek, with good cooling, and plenty of space for Crossfire/SLI + cables + whatever else you might need. I hugged it after everything was built in satisfaction, and it's held up well.
Summary: Great case, used this one for my first built and it was very easy to manage. Plenty of space and the stock fans have been sufficient for my use as well, not awfully loud but they aren't whisper quiet either. Couple fit and finish qualms however: 1. the removable screen up front for the intake fan is somewhat concave and doesn't fit flush with the piece of case above it (between the two clips at the top, directly under the disk drive slots).
One of the best looking case, but be ready to mod if you want silence
17 November 2013
Summary: The 650D is easily one of the best looking mid tower case out there. It's quite sturdy and the aluminum front is very sleek, though the edges can be sharp and rough so be careful. I took off a star because it's quite noisy out of the box. Because of how close the front inner grill is to the front fan, it causes air turbulence which sounds kind of like a jet plane. I'm a silent pc case kind of guy and this bothered me too much.
Summary: As much as a good case it is, and how good it looks, the case doesn't have much cable space in the back. I have a pretty big and expensive rig in here, and the many cables going out the back don't have any room to fit from behind. There isn't much clearance I had to move the cables around a lot so I can finally get the back panel of the case on. But, it does have a lot of features, looks awesome, and I installed a NZXT Hue lighting system in it and it's looking awesome.
Summary: Big. No really, if you havn't bought a case in a while get a measuring tape out. It's hard to judge the scale on these things because they all look like rectangles, right? this thing was a good 5" taller and 2" wider and a few inches deeper than my last case. Plenty of room inside for just about anything. Good cable management, good stock fans. Filters on all incoming fans. Clips make taking the sides off easy.