Summary: Plenty of space for everything, looks great, awesome cable management... what more could you ask for? The only problem i had was the one of the fans had a nasty coil whine but i had extra fans so it wasnt an issue to swap them out.
Summary: got it on sale! sweet deal! has a nice military look. the handles on top of the case makes it easy to carry and move around the case if needed. drive bays can be moved around to make room for fans, depending on the configuration you are using.
Pros: modular, lots of fan space, easy to carry, easy open side panels
Summary: This case is for my first build. No complaints at all yet. It was packaged well and delivered before the expected date. Fans are quiet. The case has ample room for wire management. Thus far, an overall excellent first buy in my opinion.
Summary: Corsair makes great cases and the C70 is not an exception to that reputation. My only complaint is that the drive trays it comes with are plastic and a bit flimsy at that. Everything else about this case is well designed. I only worry that I'm going to hear my hard drive begin to rattle around in its cage upon start up.
Summary: I like this case, I am impressed with the quality as well as the design, I would recommend it as well is buy it again. The cable management was a great thing to include, as I like the way it cleans up the view of the system board. Also the handles make it very easy to carry around, and they do seem sturdy. I do however have an issue with one of the internal fans, but other than that I am very happy with this purchase.
Summary: It's a great case and has great airflow, really good cable management options in the back of the case which is great for hiding everything.... I have only one complaint about this product. The pre drilled holes and the rubber stoppers for those holes are great for mounting case fans and Rads however, the case fan screws that come with the case were EXTREMELY frustrating to deal with.
Summary: Right up front, I did not buy the case because of the military theme. I wanted a solid mid-tower that didn't look like a melted candle full of blue lights. In that regard, the C70 is really good. So here is my quick breakdown: Pros: ** Plenty of room, makes the most out of the mid-tower size. ** Nothing crazy, just a well designed case. ** Lots of cooling options + three fans provided. ** All drive racks come out, or your can just pull one. Really nice!
Summary: It is a very unique looking and amazing case. I knew its pros and cons going into it, and it still got my $. The build quality is good enough, and I don't think that anyone would be disappointed really. There is adequate room for radiators, and the white finish is flawless (on my case anyway). The metal is not very thick, but that does make it lighter (which is nice).
Pros: Mat white finish is wuenderbar, Styling is unique, and the white is very Ghostbusters, Fits 240 MM rads with top mounting, Fairly light, Installation is always easy with Corsair cases. Everything you could possibly need is included.
Cons: The metal bends easily, Corsair (in this case generation) still have small and restrictive holes at the fan installation points. Its kind of silly considering how obvious this flaw is., The ventilation holes in the window ruin the window (in my opinion)
Summary: I love this case so much that, frankly, I don't have much to add to the other reviews about its' build quality, size, weight, configuration, etc. - It's hands-down a great, highly portable, durable PC case that is designed well. However, I'm dinging it one star because Amazon shipped me a case with a dent in the front panel - TWICE in a row - both times in the same location!
Summary: I came to the C70 from the SilverStone FT03 Fortress. As far as PC cases go, the Fortress was unique and stylish but NOT portable even with the special bag SilverStone sells just for it. Picking the Fortress up and moving it around almost guarantees one or both side panels will become dislodged and the flimsy plastic grill on the top isn't enough to hold the whole thing together as you wrestle it into the bag. Enter the C70.