Summary: intel CPU shroud was useless to me as i used amd for this build
Pros: Case is very strong when full of hardware nice size blue strip does not light up
Cons: Going to need to get creative with cable management it goes smooth at the start but near the end things will get messy in a hurry, what i thought was toolless drive bays where locks to lift the entire drive bay off, to secure your drives you only have access to two screws in one side the other si...
Summary: *Bad case if you want a GPU and wifi card. If you are just using a cpu/apu this case is GREAT! *Replace psu with a better one *This case needs better airflow if it can be used for more than anything besides a internet machine.
Pros: *Great looking case and pretty small. *Dust net is awesome. *Very sturdy well made.
Cons: *Power supply is not enough, and louder then I would like. *If you replace the PSU with a better one, you block the 80mm fan slot and you don't have a fan anymore. *Black plastic is a waste and only works if you dont have an aftermarket cpu cooler, even then it's hard to work with. *Nowhere to pu...
Summary: The HDD/SSD Bracket mentioned as optional didn't come with the case. I didn't expect one included, since it's listed as optional.
Pros: Does what a case should, seems solid enough for the price.
Cons: The motherboard cables for the power supply are a little too short, I had to clip off the zipties to get that last bit of reach to keep the jacks from being pulled tight. Another 3-4" of length for these and I'd be happy with this.
Summary: Nice HTPC case or even a main system, you can get smaller ones but this is about the size of an old VCR.
Pros: Small but has enough space for HDD, optical drive, and a card reader, plus room for several pci expansions. I chose this case because the psu on most slim cases seems to die in under a year but this one had good reviews. The quick release mechanism for the drive bays is really convenient.
Cons: It doesn't come with a case fan, you have to buy an 80mm separately.
Summary: I would buy this case again for a small or budget sensitive setup. Case is easy to work with and I had mine build in 15 minutes.
Pros: Small size, fast to build. The drive cage comes completely out with two latches. Has one 5 1/4 drive bay for DVD/Bluray Drive. Two 3 1/2 in. hard drive mounting spots, and 1 3 1/2 mounting bay that can be used for a floppy, HDD, or internal card reader or some other accessory.
Cons: No cons so far. Yes, this case is small. But if you're buying it it's probably because size or price matters in your build. As other stated the CPU fan shroud doesn't fit, but if you take the time to read that it is designed for an Intel brand board it's irrelevant. I discarded mine and added an ...
Summary: Great overall case. It's tight, but that's because its a tiny case. If you just have a hard drive and cd rom, the cable management is pretty clean. Zip ties are your friend to keep the clutter of wires to a minimum.
Pros: First time I have built a PC in such a small case and overall, this case is very good. It's very tight inside, but if you just have a HD and CD drive, it's easy to keep cable clutter to a minimum. I do recommend getting an 80mm fan because the plastic air redirection thing is useless. I tossed it...
Cons: Plastic air redirection thing is useless. I tossed it out. It's tight enough as it is inside this case.
Pros: Nice looking case that does what is it is made for a little long for most ent. centers but if you cut the back of your stand it works well my sys: Xeon quad 4 GB ram intel DG41CN motherboard TV tuner,nV 8400gs video card 30 GB SSD boot drive 500 Gb storage win 7 64 bit - cpu and ram @ 7.0 vid is ...
Pros: Compact size, perfect fit in an industrial closet.
Cons: No documentation,but found it to the website. had to modify the plastic plate to fit with the ASRock H77M motherboard. The plastic plate also interferring with all the SATA connectors, but it'S not so bad....