Summary: Feels cheap, but it is a budget case. Hit all my requirements of a modern case. I've installed a Sapphire r9 380 which is a short card. I don't know if some of the longer cards would fit since the hdd bay can't be removed.
Pros: -Cable management holes with just enough space on back side of mobo -140mm fans and 120mm cpu cooler fit for good airflow all around -Looks slick in person
Cons: -Feels cheap compared to my Corsair 500R -Can't easily remove hard drive bay -Screws to hold side panels are a pain to put back in
Summary: Overall a great cheap case could use more packaging care.
Pros: Simple cheap case fits lots of HDDs enough cable management room painted black inside and out pretty sturdy looks clean and simple loaded out with my 10 HDD raid 6 file server
Cons: Wasn't packaged very well, the back I/O area was dented in very badly, luckily this was just for my server under a shelf, so I was able to pull out the dent and its not very noticable However if this was for a normal system I would want it exchanged, but I needed my server up and running that day.
Summary: This is the absolute cheapest case I would ever go with. Any cheaper and you start to get cases that demand a blood sacrifice before you can complete your build. I understand that the cons I have listed above are mostly because this case is so very cheap, but with the Rosewill Challenger only...
Pros: Cheap, very nice clear window, fairly nice looks.
Cons: Absolutely bare-bones. Have to screw the drives right into the cages (doesn't even have the little rails to put on each side of a drive so you can slide it in). Only came with enough screws to fully screw in one 5.25" drive. If I needed to I could have used only 2 or 3 screws, but I prefer all of...
Summary: The reason I gave it 3 stars and not 5 stars was due to NZXT being hard up about issuing a $10 rebate that I qualified for. Pretty sad for a company to tell you that you qualify then renig on the offer. I'll just avoid them next time around on my next build.
Pros: Nothing to complain about. It gets the job done for what I wanted it to do.
Summary: I dont know why so many people buy into the name that's right the name of NZXT its only a case your money could be spent better on a different case. Yes this is a case but that's it nothing more There are far better for this price range without the NZXT NAME ON IT.
Pros: Its a Case
Cons: But why this case reminds me of simple build from the 1990s there is no special element about it other cases in this price range offer more for your buck.
Summary: the manufacturer should really improve this product: A. make a better one that has more attraction points, or B.lower the price by $10 to be competitive
Pros: acceptable price, fast shipping, good packaging, decent design
Cons: poor texture(plastic feels cheaply made), no USB3.0, too much ventilation hole to save manufacture cost. Like compare to the rosewill cases from other website, this thing has absolute NO ADVANTAGE in all category other than the bottom mounted PSU. So it's somewhat expensive for it's quality
Summary: if you are looking for a smaller ( comparatively speaking ) case it looks nice and fits everything you need for mid level gaming... not the greatest cooling solution but that's not why I bought it.
Pros: * its big brother sitting next to it is a NZXT Switch 810 holds a ATX just dandy with artic cooler CPU cooler and a old 560ti and a 700W NZXT PSU
Cons: Lower quality, but hey its low cost, so not really a con. Overall it makes a great little case
Looks like a pretty decent case but its advertised as having ...
Josh Holm, Amazon
14 November 2014
Summary: Looks like a pretty decent case but its advertised as having a usb 3.0 but the one they shipped me only has usb 2.0. I'm not sure how many fans were suppose to come with it either some people are saying two but again mine only came with one no biggy though I was planning on replacing them anyways.