Poor quality hinges and design nuances ruin what should be a fantastic case
Robert Bouillon "Robear", Amazon
5 January 2015
Summary: I can only think of two good reasons to buy this case: you really need 2-3 massive radiators and no other case will do, or you miss the good ol' days where building computers often involved needing power tools, your VGA card was rarely screwed in because it was too much of a hassle, and you have a solid 6 hours to burn cursing at nuance problems. My first impression of the case was telling: I couldn't seem to get the doors off.
it is easy to access all the space it has since you ...
16 November 2014
Summary: Biggest case I ever had and it has enough space for 2 different liquid cooling loops... as they say in the video, but the glass on the side lets you see the inside without anything blocking the view, leaving the lower part for you to fill with all the cables, or a second cooling loop, it is easy to access all the space it has since you don't need screwdrivers to open it and lids in both sides that you can easily open.
Summary: Pros: Roomy case Tinted Window Serious amount of room Lots of places to stick radiators and fans Did I mention how much space you get? Cons: Designed by someone in marketing who has never installed a computer before Cheap Cheap CHEAP quality. The magnetic hinges at the bottom won't stay shut after 3 months. The back panel is warped and has to be pushed in to install PCI Cards No way to get a screwdriver to the PCI Screws. Seriously.
Summary: This case is very disappointing I don't know how it's getting such high reviews from others. In short great concept and versatility however poor choices on design and build quality is what makes this case in my opinion the worst case I've ever attempted to use in 15 years of building computers. I've RMA'ed the case back to amazon twice (Amazon was great) and the new case always shows up the same, no damage to the box but the frame and doors don't lineup.
Summary: The case while massive as advertised had several issues from just unboxing. The case it self looks great and feels great, from the front looking clean to the way the air goes into it from the various side and bottom. The case loses its charm as I ventured further in. I expected better quality from the price that I paid for this case, the case right hinge to open the side panel does not function for me.
Summary: I bought an NCIX Dream Machine system which I modded that used this case and liked it so much for ease of access to everything while working on it that I bought a second 900D Tower for my workstation build which I am currently working on.
Pros: The size & ease of access and ability to add what I want pretty well where I want.
Summary: This is probably the best case on the market for an enthusiast. If you want to want to build something outrageous this is the case for you. The build quality is top notch and it shows. The 900D is simply enormous; I was able to fit a 480mm radiator on top, 360mm radiator at the bottom, dual water pump, 2x780GTX and a 150ml reservoir comfortably. I also have 14 case fans in it. The case is simple and easy to work with.
Summary: Simply massive amounts of room in this case. Build quality could have been slightly better but at the price point there is really no competition. If the materials were any heavier moving it fully loaded would be nearly impossible without a crane. Enormous amounts of room for cable management behind the motherboard and airflow is good whether you are using air cooling or liquid.