Pros: My a10-7800 stays under 45C even when its overclocked and under load. Small dimensions are close to the ps4/xbox one so I'd run dual graphics with a low profile card in this case to try to match those systems. Fans are really quiet, even under load.
Cons: The hard drive bay has to be removed to add a hard drive and it has four screws holding it in where one screw is buried under the power supply wires, I would have greatly appreciated if they used 1 screw and had it slide out to the left when facing the faceplate.
Pros: Good cabinet build and layout. Excellent ventilation with quiet fans
Cons: The top lid of the unit was a tight fit and I couldn't grip the cover properly to slide it off. had to use a screw driver to pry open the unit. The sheet metal frame could have been thicker as it seems to deform rather easily. Took an egg off for that.
Summary: Not a big deal but I need to change out the case fan as mine is noisy. Good enough value for $50 from a good company. More space than anticipated. VERY bright power light, too bright to be near tv. Will disconnect.
Pros: Good company. Good price. A bit more room than expected.
Nice Case, Warning on Mini-ITX Motherboard Design Though
Josiah D., Newegg
31 May 2013
Summary: - If you are going to use a mini-IX board with one of those extra boards on it that runs upward on the side (This one for example - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131932), this case will not work for you as the sideboard will cover the fan halfway resulting in the PSU not...
Pros: - Small Compact case - Looks cool - Comes with PSU
Cons: - Does not fit ITX PSUs. Disappointing for an ITX case. - The way that you have to mount your PSU requires the fan to blow across the motherboard. It would be nice to see the PSU mounting get reversed with a vent on the opposite side so that hot air is directed out the side instead of the inside ...