Summary: I bought this to replace an NZXT M59 which was giving me some problems with airflow. The case is great - everything fits together nicely and the layout and mostly tool-less installation is well thought out. There's no doubt it's a budget case with the feel of the metal and paintwork but at this price that's not a big problem. Only things to note is that the blanking plates for the PCI cards aren't replaceable once you take them out - you have to snap them off.
Summary: In my opinion if you want a nice chassis for the price this is it.
Pros: The chassis is really nice and clean. With digital like power buttons, large vents for additional fan options, the design is very good for this price. CD Drives are mounted tool-less, drives just slide in and out without hassling with screws.
Cons: The cable management routes on the right side of the case isn't very large. Trying to run the ATX Power connector as-well as drive power connectors and cables becomes kind of frustrating when you have to work out a way to keep the case clean.
The width of the case while standing might cause some CPU coolers to not mount. I attempted to install a Block CPU cooler and it left just milometers away from the left side-panel. But there's always away around it.
Summary: This case is very good, i would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a cheap case that is easily cable managed, In the case you get one fan which is placed as the exhaust fan, there is another two spaces for 2x120mm fans at the top and at the side, there is also another two tool less fan slots at the front of the case but has no dust filters, the psu is placed at the bottom which i would recommend to anyone that wants their case to be cool, there its also a dust...
Summary: I have owned probably 20 cases in my day all of them expensive decent ones and I would have to say for the price this is the best case I have seen. Decent looks and houses up to an 11 inch video card. I would recommend this case to anyone from a gamer to non gamer based on price and feature set. The side panel as you can see in the picture is perforated with a bunch of holes to allow for venting. (same with the top which can house two 120mm fans side by side).
Cable management system
Expandability for fans / liquid cooling
Comes with one 120mm fan
Cons: Hard drives have to sit in reverse of what most other cases would have them seat when inserted into their enclosures.
Summary: This case fits an ATX mobo no problem. With an H60 installed at the back the top slot is obscured. The cable management rout down the centre is pretty handy. The front bezel has a cheap plastic feel which I expected, but it easy to remove to allow cleaning. Tooless drive installation. I think this case could even fit an H100 rad since the top mesh is off set which should allow fans to clear the RAM. Fans galore in this case (only comes with one 120mm rear fan).
Pros: Space for seven fans.
Three optical/external bays and six hard drive bays.
Cable management system that works.
Easy to remove front bezel allows for easy cleaning.
Dust filter for PSU fan.
Large hole for mounting CPU cooler brackets.
Side mounting hard drive bays.
Two spaces in front for snap-in 120mm fans.
2 x 120mm fan mounts in top of case off-set to allow fan/rad mounting inside case.
Rear 120mm fan mount is big enough for s 120mm water cooler (works great with H60).
Cons: Hole for mounting CPU cooler bracket will not accommodate a socket 775 CPU location (but you can still mount by removing mobo).
Classic sliding side panels.
No hole for CPU power wires (was able to run them through the bracket hole).
Only one USB 2.0 front panel connector (but 2 x USB 3.0).