Summary: It comes with great features. It has good airflow, two fans included, usb 3.0, and isn't flimsy. I got this case for 40 dollars. The only gripe I have is that it doesn't have anywhere to put an ssd or 2.5 inch hard drive. I had to buy a separate adapter. For those of you wondering; Yes, you can fit a hyper 212 evo in this. The room you get for tall heatsinks is 160mm and that particular heatsink is 158.5. It is a tight fit, but it does fit.
Summary: First of all, I can't really complain because the case was $40 and it includes 2 fans and a USB 3.0 header internally. Great for a modern build. The layout of the case is really nice, with plenty of room to work and good cable routing. It's got a nice big opening behind the motherboard so you can adjust/re-tighten nuts that hold on coolers that mount through the board - I have a Cooler Master Hyper 212EVO cooler in this build and I've read the nuts can come loose after...
Summary: This will be a quick review of the NZXT Source 210 ELITE midtower case The entire case is fairly solid and nicely built. This case was surprisingly larger than I expected and I had to make a few adjustments to my area for it to fit. The fans unlike other reviews I have had no problems with although I changed the positioning of them to better suit my needs with the other fans.
Summary: This is a very good, and recommended budget minded computer case. I decided to get this case for a new budget oriented build recently, and it was a smart buy. For my AMD FX build though, it does not have space to run the CPU power cable from the back to hide it, and create better cable management. It cutouts for most other cables though.
Summary: Despite a few reviews I read the tower seems to be of good quality. I purchased this tower for a built I must complete for a college course, and I don't plan on putting a lot of money into the build. The tower design is basic with a clean look I give the tower a 4 out of 5 right now because my build is not yet complete and there could be some short comings I'm not seeing right now.
Summary: Has a ton of fan slots and is of decent case construction. Side panels are a bit flimsy, but what can one expect for a 50 dollar case? The screws are my only major concern, some did not work properly and I had to use spare ones to finish the build. Overall a hard to beat deal.
Summary: It may look simple, but I find it beautiful. I found it very easy to build in this case, and very easy to tidy up the cables. It has rounded edges so you don't cut yourself, unlike other affordable cases! It comes with all the hardware you'll ever need and some. The only reason I took a star off was because the rear fan is not working. I contacted NZXT and they were very helpful and are sending me a new one. Also.
Summary: It has plenty of room, plenty of spaces for fans, tool-less design, and comes with two fans. Pretty nice. Giving it a 4 star though because one of the fans started wobbling uncontrollably and making a lot of loud noise. Noise so loud even headphones didn't quiet it. I had to replace the fan with a different one.
Summary: Fantastic case, you already know the pros from the other reviews, so here are my small cons. Cons: The screws that come with it are crap. 2 Two of my screws became stripped from my screwdriver, and I can scratch the metal with my fingernail. Very weak. The side panels kind of stick out a little. Kind of hard to explain, but there's an openingwhere the side panel meets the top of the case. Kind of annoying.
Summary: It's a little on the tight side when it comes to managing cables, but it definitely got the job done. It's got a good clean profile without breaking the budget. I particularly like the fans that are included.