Pros: Looks great. Case is a bit larger than other micro ATX cases, but I have no issues with it.
Cons: Setup is a little confusing. The case came with only two standoff screws, but the rest of them are built into the motherboard tray. The internal cages aren't removable. The front panel USB 3.0 doesn't use the motherboard header, but instead plugs into the rear motherboard I\O. Lastly, the space b...
Summary: Again in conclusion, it is the worst of both worlds. A giant micro ATX case that is hard to customize. Go ahead and get a mid ATX case with actual room and multiple configurations, or a Lian Li/ Bit Fenix real micro case that will at least be designed with size in mind
Pros: It is a decent case that has a nice layout for multiple hard drives, Also looks cool
Cons: For it being limited to micro ATX mobos, it is almost the size of a mid ATX case. Being big for what it is, I say go ahead and get the bigger case for easier cable management. If you are using a modular psu, the cables will be difficult to wire around back and close the case around since they bul...
Summary: If ur doing liquid cool make sure u plan it out.I go a h80i corsair to fit and works great with the airflow.The case is easy to mod if u have to.
Pros: Great case,lots of room.U can mod it anyway u like.Wiring patterns to hide wires is nice feature.It's a little bigger than your standard micro case,but that's what i was looking for.
Cons: U have to buy a 20 pin USB 3.0 adapter for your mother board.Don't know why they haven't updated the cord yet.But no biggy just a adapter and it works great.Hard drives could of been a little better.Once there in u have to take out the psu to get them out.
Summary: If you're on the fence about this case, then buy it. It's well worth it.
Pros: Awesomely functional case. The wire-guide-holes (for lack of a better term) are strategically placed; the case is spacious and allows for lots of air flow; the netting catches a lot of dust; the fans are efficient; etc. The price was very reasonable -- it's nice to look back on a purchase like th...
Cons: The ONLY con I can think of is that the hard drive bay is hard to access. "Hard" being a relative term -- it's more of an annoyance. You have to remove the front bottom grills and unscrew a case fan, then slide the hard drive bay out. There's not enough space to get them out the back with a power...
Summary: I did contact IN WIN on the issue of the USB 3.0 but the answers I received were bland and generic. It would be a simple fix for them to offer or change out the cable since it held on by two screws to board for the front panel.
Pros: Design of the case is nice and easy to work with. Included stock fans provide nice air flow.
Cons: Biggest complaint is the USB 3.0 connector, it is not a 20 pin header for the motherboard, it is a Type A connector that has to be ran out of the water cooler holes to the back of the motherboard IO Panel. HDD area is a tight spot due to the setup of the cage facing and the PSU.
Pros: Easy setup, installed extra 120mm, 140mm fans. I liked the cable management. Easy motherboard installation. Very quiet case, even with 6 fans. I like the look and color of the case. One of the best cases I have used.
Cons: Only 1 from 3.0 USB. I unplugged the blue light for InWin on the front as it was very bright.
Pros: It looks pretty, and the interior is very roomy which makes for easy assembly.
Cons: The side panels are a pain to get on and off. screws are for computers in the 90s, gets lots of dust in it since there are no air filters, and my power button started to have issues at about 6 months then broke off and fell into the case. If it wasn't for my MoBo having a power button I would hav...
IN WIN Dragon Slayer Black 0.6mm SECC MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case
NATHAN T., Newegg
14 May 2014
Summary: This a really well built case. For a Micro ATX -It looks like a true gamer's case. I built this as an entry level gaming rig for my nephew (he's 10)- replaced 3 of the 4 fans with blue LED - the kid went crazy when he saw it. I gotta say - I almost didn't want to let it go.
Pros: Wonderful case - Not exactly 'Small', but not quite as big as a mid-tower. I really like this case - assembly was a breeze - Exept for HDD installation - See Cons. Cable management was great - Plenty of room for add-ins - Plenty of ventilation. Best looking Micro-ATX gaming case in it's price range.
Cons: Not much - just one issue - 3.5 HDD installation is difficult with PSU installed (I had to pull the Corsair CX430 PSU to get the drive in).
Pros: This case is a solid good looking case. It is mostly well designed and feels solid with good air flow. The two fans keep it cool.
Cons: The USB 3.0 on the front is fake. It's just a blue cord (see 5th and 6th pictures on New Egg site) that connects to the back of the motherboard. Also some of the plastic components feel cheap (but this is a sub-$100 dollar case)