Summary: Excellent case, it is very solid and have plenty of room to put all the components. But the best is the option of placing 6 fans, so far only 3 and I have installed a very good temperature mantinene. I recommend it.
Summary: This is one of the better cases I have used in a build in 10 or so years. This is the case for you if you are on a limited budget and require good airflow. To put is simple. ITS BASIC and decent quality. Good case.
Summary: It is a well designed case. I'll be honest that I'm not terribly familiar with many different designs in modern cases, but this has logical locations for everything I see. I'm a big fan and it definitely has no problems adequately cooling my gently overclocked 2600K and Radeon HD6850. It is big enough to handle everything I need without being too ostentatious, which is not really my style.
Summary: Pros: Has cable management with behind the motherboard plate cable channeling Spacious for a mid tower Black inside case General constuction is solid Cons: Does not come with fans except for front fan, so need to purchase fans separately Would be better with clear side panel Screw less fasteners are not the best Other: Have purchased several of these to try on the market...will see how the customers like these.
Summary: Super super surprised at how excellent this case is for a "basic" $40 case. I purchased this for a quick (cheap) system build and was expecting the typical cheapo case -- does the job, but doesn't help you in any way. I was wrong. This case is super quick to assemble and gives you all the little helpful bits that make a case great: * Thumb screws for the main panel (quick release) * Plastic snap on rails with a twist lock for the DVD drive (10 seconds to install, no...
Summary: let me start by saying that i am a hardcore hobbyist and part time gamer. i love the thrill of build as much as using a machine and have worked with probably 200 plus cases over the years. i look for good build quality and useful or unique features. while i like alienware,thermaltake,antec,etc,i can't afford their price for every build i do (i own 80 cases). i needed a good but low cost case for an amd 790x motherboard and ati 4870 graphics card.
Summary: Let me be clear: on value, this case is 5/5, and I'm very satisfied. I didn't find a case with better combination of features and I looked at cases up to ~$200. I bought two of these earlier this year. My goals: Mid-size case, with a good balance of airflow options and cooling that could be configured to be relatively quiet. What's to love: - Cosmetics - nice looking case inside and out. - Excellent cooling options including large fan size options for quieter cooling.
Summary: This case has lots of room and the layout is great for lots of hard drives and other equipment. Being able to install the heat sink through the bottom of the case is a big factor. It installed in no time at all. A lot of people don't like the bottom PS system but I think it is great. I did install another 120mm fan in the top just to keep everything running cool and I had plenty of room to add this fan. There is nothing I can say bad about this case.
Summary: Short but sweet review: everything about this case is perfect, except: 1. feet don't raise the case off of the ground sufficiently to allow proper airflow into the PSU (unless you have it on a perfectly flat, level surface) 2. if top-rear 140 is installed, it will block the cable opening for CPU power and rear fan cables (meaning they'll have to be installed over the motherboard (as opposed to behind it)) That's it..