Summary: Great case. Has most of the modern high-speed amenities people want when building their own high-powered gaming machines. Amazing amount of space, comes with spacers for motherboards, comes with cutout on mobo area for water cooling as well as several areas on case back for water cooling apparatus. Looks sleek as well, and plenty of fan power for traditional case cooling as well. Expansive for multiple drives as well as Quad-SLI support.
Summary: Awesome case! Very big and has plenty of room for graphics card. Awesome cable management capabilities and fans make the case really cool(low temp) no vibrating at all because of the rubber at the bottom.
Summary: This case has plenty of room for large components. You can mount almost any CPU cooler and fit any GPU. It keeps everything cool and the cable management is amazing. There's room for expansion and everything fits well. I strongly recommend this xas to anyone looking at it. Although it may seem pricey, you really do pay for a quiet, big, quality case.
Summary: Pros- Massive case. Fit an EVGA Classified 770 (beefy card) Great cooling Fan/LED controls. Looks awesome. Cons- Lots of plastic parts. It was also very easy to strip some of the screws in the back. Motherboard didn't quite fit properly in this case. Could be a mobo issue but it appears case side to me. You're going to have to read the directions on this case during a build.
Summary: Bought this thing back in 2011 and it's still running strong. Most I've done is add new hard drives and I still have bays empty that need filling. The plastic casing on top and in the front do seem a bit of a liability, but I've accidentally kicked the thing moving past it enough that if it were to dent, it would have done so by now. My only problem with the case is that after a while the fan controller did come loose and need repairing.
Summary: I've had this case for quite awhile and have had a few builds in it and it just keeps looking good and there's always plenty of cooling options.This is the only component that has stayed over the last few builds and haven't found a case I like enough to even consider replacing this one with.