Pros: When i start to look for a case, for my new computer, H440 just was released, after a couple months searching, a finally found a great deal with that case. The case is awesome, a lot of hidden space to put your cables! You will only see through the side opening a couple cables (24pin for example). White LED is a nice touch, but i didn't use at all, only when i need to reach some cables at the back and it's too dark to see something. a lot of fan connectors at back, si...
Cons: just a couple days, so i didn't see nothing bad about that case
Summary: I am still getting used to the fact that optical drives are passe. The one time I needed to use one was to basically install windows. That just required me to connect the internal drive I had un-mounted.
Pros: Great looking, nice USB and sound accessibility. Lots of room as advertised. Best of all quiet, even with the 4 fans going. Nice fan hook-up hub with a single 12 volt plug. Super easy to install drives and plenty of room for mobo, tower H/S, and GPU.
Cons: It can be difficult to attach the doors, especially the rear door. The case screws are held in place and can be difficult to firmly screw them in as they frequently rest askew of the holes after attaching the doors.
Summary: This is a case to buy i mean of course the cons are my problems but if you get this case i would advise to buy case panel screws due to my experience if you get what i had you wont be able to your side panels on for about 5 days. This case though works wonderful ANY setup considering I have one of the biggest gpus in the world (290X Lightning by msi 1 foot long) and the space and cord management is perfect
Pros: Nice and modern but not too flashy the leds a put in nice spots to really show off the case. Pretty solid for the most part and super nice cord management. One thing that is super amazing is that you cant see the power supply at all and the NZXT that covers it glows. It can fit a 290x graphics card and a h110 so don't worry about it not fitting anything!
Cons: The side panels came so bent that i had to basically pry them out and had to buy new ones because they were so badly stripped. Another thing is that the front panel where the 3 fans are looks pretty stuck out and i can tell it can come apart kind of sad. The back area sucks for space if you don't have a modular power supply.
Summary: End note, the case needs better fans to keep temps down, and they need to fix the LED issue. Other than that it is a great case and I highly recommend you get this case.
Pros: I really like the minimalistic design of the case, can actually consider it a nice accent to a room instead of an ungodly looking mess of lights and color. Pretty quite, not silent, but quite. I really like the hard drive bay design, nice and convertible. Although I'm not using any of them as my three drives can fit on the floor mounts out of the way. Cable management is nice, but a little tight in the back. Still had enough room to fit all my cables even with a non-m...
Cons: Fans that are included do not pull enough air that I feel they should. Replacing them with cool masters I had, same noise level but 3x the air flow. Also the led NZXT logo on the PSU compartment doesn't work. I know this is a known issue so I'll wait until the holiday is over to call.
Pros: I love this case. Very clean and excellent wire management. Very durable case design with some nice lighting on the back panel. I would recommend this case to anyone looking for a perfect startup case.
Summary: -Got this for under a hundred bucks shipped, at that price there is no competition for this case. -Newegg super saver (free) shipping got it here in a day and a half. Newegg rules, I will never order from anywhere again, even if newegg is a few extra bucks.
Pros: -Sexy -Sturdy, Heavy Duty: The side panels and front panel are surprisingly (in a good way) heavy -Includes 3x 120mm intake fans and 1x 140mm exhaust fan -Temps are low inside (air cooling & not currently oc'd)
Cons: -Cable management is both simple and difficult at the same time. It's difficult because I'm not used to having so much space for my cables in the secluded compartment, plus, the side panel behind the motherboard gets cramped - it takes a little bit of skill and persistence to have the cables not putting indentations in the side panel foam. Not a big deal though. -Mine arrived ever so slightly wobbly. Fixed it by putting a folded up piece of paper under one of the legs...
Summary: I love this case. At first, I was a little worried about it not having an optical drive, but after 3 months, I haven't missed it one bit. The only hiccup was when I booted for the first time, and needed to install MoBo drivers and drivers for the ethernet adapter. Luckily, I had a second PC with an optical drive. I was able to pop the driver discs into that box, and copy them to a USB flash drive to install them.
Summary: Make sure you have a screw driver with you. All the thumb screws in the case are put in by machines and are nearly impossible to get off for the first time with just your hands. Read manual when it comes to removing front and top panels.
Pros: The case itself is undoubtedly the sturdiest case that I have build in. It has a solid weight to it and that is really good. The build, provided that you know what you're doing and are doing some careful forethought in the cable management dept. was incredibly easy and simple. With crossfire 270X's i have yet to see temperatures over 80 degrees on each card. Airflow is very good and the layout just makes building easy and cooling very acceptable. The case was well shi...
Cons: The fan hub is powered through a molex cable from the PSU, therefor there is not any software controll over the fans which I believe is a must for a "silent PC case". A few changes to the HDD sleds would easily make this case an A+ case. While i did not buy this case for its silent features, I still feel the need to mention that this in no way is a silent PC case. In particular, the HDD cages which are mounted right into the case with no rubber pieces between make the...
Summary: Amazingly quiet case even when running all the fans max speed. I have the NZXT Grid+ for fan control, CAM software blows, but hopefully will get better with time. Cannot recommend these fans for this case enough the Noctua NF-f12's are brilliant for this case. Also the PSU isolation cage is amazing for concealing all the cables on the backside.