Summary: This case would be perfect if it were about 1/2" wider and included a 120mm rear fan. Maybe put the PSU on the bottom and with the added width include some room for cable management.
Pros: Price on sale is a phenomenal value. Looks better in person than pictures show. Includes a 3.5" bay mount in 5.25" bay. Mounting of HDD/SSD is unique, but not unreasonably difficult to mount.
Cons: No included rear exhaust fan. Space for exhaust fan takes 92mm max instead of more common 120mm. No cable management space. Buttons/ports on right side of case (I don't mind side buttons, but in my application, the left side would have been much better).
Summary: I've built several types of systems in this case and I love it. Of course I love my higher end cases but I really cannot think of one con about this inexpensive case.
Pros: Very versatile case. Nice and roomy. Nice sturdy chassis and not cheap / thin aluminum like most inexpensive cases. The front bottom half has an easy removable filter witch is a nice addon. This is going to be great for any M ATX or ITX build.
Summary: Has room to fit longer GPUs but you sacrifice HDD space to fit them. Has a really unconventional way of mounting the HDDs sideways on a pillar up against the case wall to fit those big cards in. I don't think you could fit 2 there if you have a large card.
Pros: Great Little case for my old gaming guild to go into for my Girlfriend. Easy to use and put together with tooless screws all over. Got it on a discount to for $30. Runs pretty quiet too!
Cons: Fingerprint magnet on the top and feels a bit flimsy at points but thats to be expected from this price point.
Pros: Everything. It fits all of my high end hardware, yet is nice and compact. It looks simplistic and beautiful. Materials are quality and it is easy to build and modify; plenty of room.. For the price, it is hard to go wrong. Did the dual 120mm fan intake mod and stuck a fan on the side. Silent, yet...
Summary: - Bought this on sale for $26 with free shipping. Feels like a steal. - The best looking, filtered, and no non-sense Micro-atx case in my opinion.
Pros: - Filtered, excellent airflow through chassis. - Pleasing quality. Nothing loose or feels like any corners were cut to keep price low. - Professional appearance and design. - No problem fitting MSI R9 270 Gaming edition GPU card and keeping it cool. - Included 120mm front fan was quiet and pushes...
Cons: - Blue power LED is very bright and sort of distracting. - Prone to some fingerprints
Summary: I have built quite a few machines for family and friends over the last 15 years, and this case really impressed me with its value and sturdiness. This particular build was a 3.4 GHz i3, 8MB RAM, ASUS board, and 430W Antec Earthwatts PSU.
Pros: -Easy to install hardware -Great airflow -Simple to clean -Strong and stiff yet fairly lightweight -Attractive and clean finish
Cons: -Right hand side placement of front ports for audio and USB is a little bit odd and akward (as I am used to putting the tower on the right side of desks). -Would be happier with a included quieter 120mm rear fan -Not as quiet as a 100$ Corsair.
Summary: This case is SMART. I can't justify docking it an egg for any of it's cons, because in this price range, you are not getting better material quality and looks. One thing I would like to clarify, the front DOES NOT have a dust filter. I was unsure about this as in the photos it looks like it does.
Pros: Good quality metal Light 2.5" Drive options Small! I mean Small! This is quite possibly the smallest footprint you can have with microatx, full size expansion card slots, 5.25" disk drive, and ATX power supply.
Cons: Super bright LED Space can get a bit tight, make sure to go over dimensions of your board and cpu coolers. Was able to squeeze a Cooler Master Hyper T4 in this case, however it does rub against the panel slightly. It does not cause any issues with putting on the panel, or cause it to bulge, but i...