Summary: Overall a great case worth the price, lots of room.
Pros: Amazing case, love the shape, good airflow, easy options for water cooling, and installing and wiring components is generally easy.
Cons: The fan controller that came with my case was faulty. Every part of it worked aside from the top fan controllers, which ended in me spending quite a bit thinking that my fans were faulty, but after doing a little trouble shooting I discovered it was the fan controller. This was the only bad thing about this case, and isn't an enormous issue, it would be nice to have all fans operational though.
Pros: -Plenty of space -Good cable management -Good airflow -Plenty of fan slots -Easily removable front and top panels Side notes: The case comes with fan filters on its fan slots which is nice so you don't have to go buy any. The case also looks very nice which depending on your preference can either be extremely important or not at all.
Cons: -Case is a fingerprint magnet -Front and top panels feel a bit cheap Side notes: If you are using a high end air cooler that takes up a lot of real estate in your case you will not be able to use the side 200mm fan.
Pros: Big and Roomie. Has 5 fan controls (with lights) on top of the case which can control fan speeds marginally. (I just leave them on full). Good air flow for the case. Side 200MM fan won't fit if you have a Tower Cooler on CPU. Plastic panels come off easy enough for builds.
Cons: Side 200MM fan won't fit if you have a Tower Cooler on CPU. Red Paint on some metal areas may flake off with extended opening/flexing so be mindful of that on Mobo & cards. The 200MM top fan light is blue vice red, the light switch on rear of case for that light is flimsy.
Summary: -> This was my first venture into a brand that isn't Corsair, Thermaltake or Cooler Master for a case. I was extremely impressed by the case, inside and out, and would highly recommend NZXT in the future, considering.
Pros: -> Significantly more spacious than it looks to be - and it already looks to be rather roomy. Specifically when it comes to cable management, I was very, very impressed with how much room I had to maneuver in this case. -> Comes with 4 pre-installed fans, all of which are LED's to boot. Two come already plugged into the cases fan controller, which is also quite nice. -> If you're not into LED's, there's a simple button on the back to disable the lighting. -> Does look...
Cons: -> My case arrived with a small bend in one of the corners of one of the door. It's actually rather difficult to see because the case is white, but it's there. If not for this, I would have certainly given this case a 5 egg, without question.
Summary: I have had this monster for 3 years now and still love it. The space inside I can fit two 7870 cards in crossfire no problem. Also an extended 1000 watt ps. Fan controller has worked great for 3 years. This is not a small case. With 3x HDD; 2x SSD; 2x 7870; big power supply, etc, it is about as heavy and ungainly as a window air conditioner. Do not recommend taking it to LAN parties. Unless you want to show it off.
Pros: *Interior space - crossfire no problem *Cable management - lots of room behind mobo tray *Top-mounted audio and USB *Good airflow - heat never a problem *Fans not loud at all - six fans and a 1000 wt ps *Style - nothing else like it *NZXT quality - very well-engineered
Summary: This case... THIS CASE!!! I knew that when I bought this case it was going to be VERY large. This was the first Full tower that I have bought so I did not know exactly what to expect. The fact that it is so large is actually really cool. I have so much room for cable management and lots of little spaces to hide annoying cables. Also this case has made water cooling very easy too. It easily fits my dual water cooling system with more than enough room to spare.
Summary: My unit arrived slightly damaged, there were some scratches on the one fan door. I reached out to NZXT and they offered to ship me a new door right away. Be sure to run your secondary power cable prior to laying down your MOBO if using ATX, since it won't fit through the nice routing hole once the MOBO is in place.
Pros: HUGE Nice cable management Large Fans Lots of drive bays looks AWESOME
Pros: A nice deep red, not an orange trying to be red. Very roomy case. I've been satisfied with all my NZXT cases, exception for the two aspects discussed under cons.
Cons: NZXT needs to get someone who can develop instructions which are understandable. Sorry guys, but a drawing does not substitute for actual words. Trying to figure out how to connect the fans so that they work was not possible based upon the drawings. Like others have mentioned. The hard drive trays are a less than optimal design. I recently purchased a BitFenix case which had great hard drive trays which expanded very easily.