Summary: This is a pretty good case, but not what I was expecting. For the price, it was pretty good. I was looking for a case that I could cleanly run cables behind the motherboard. This did that just fine. The 2 things that I don't like, was that it was smaller than my previous case. From the picture it looks pretty big, but it is actually on the smaller side. Also my aftermarket heat sink and fan jut out the side of the case. I can't fully close the side of the case.
Summary: A friend of mine suggested I use this case for building my first computer. The case itself was very easy to open and utilize. The metal casing is a bit thin, however, it is great quality for the price. Comes with all the screws and parts necessary to build a computer. It has the capability to add more fans if you want, which is a plus.
Summary: I got this case for a budge build. I was surprised with just how large this case was. It's deep enough for a oversize video card. The tool less drive locking system is just alright. Cable management was simple with all the room and case layout. The bottom mounted power supply is a nice feature, just make sure your cables are long enough. I would use this case again for sure in a future build.
Summary: Pros: cheap and big enough to hold all my stuff with good air flow Cons: wire management can be a bit tricky, case fans aren't that powerful, screws are easy to strip Other thoughts: the case I got has a broken audio jack but I found a way around it. Also my CPU fan does rub against the side a little but it isn't too bad.
Summary: This case is great all around for a budget pc build. There is so much room for expansions along with a large amount of drive bays for your hard drives, and optical drives. Pros: -comes with 2 fans -adequate space in the back for hiding cables -easy to install hard drive bays -many places to place fans -off the ground for bottom mounted psu Cons: -no mesh on the front cover for better airflow -cant add ssd without buying bracket -screws were very cheap and got stripped...
Summary: I built my first computer using this case (my main reason for buying this one was simply because it looks so simple and elegant). If you're not looking to build a world-ending gaming supercomputer, you'll probably be fine with one of these; the airflow could be better, but it's never been a legitimate concern for me thus far.
Summary: The case had plenty of room to hold my components while I finished my build. My only complaint was that the hdd slots. With a large video card you cannot use the top 2 or three hdd slots. The card I put in the case was a Sapphire 7970 ghz edition if you want to gauge the length. Overall this is a great case for a budget build or a beginner. I will definitely be hanging onto this case for a later build after I upgrade from this one.
Summary: Love the simplicity of the design. Love the front side USB3. Love the quick mounting drive brackets. Its a little tight front to back when you get a full size board and a large video card in there. I originally mounted my system drive high near the video card and had problems. Works pretty well to start your drives low and run your PSU cables behind the motherboard.
Summary: Gigabyte 990fx-ud3 atx Cooler Master 600w psu Hyper 212 evo Gigabyte radeon hd 6670 Everything fits with room for expansion and airflow. The power button is not satisfying to press. The 2 fans are very basic, you may want to upgrade for more airflow and silence ( good luck getting them off). Instruction manual is helpful and comes with more hardware. The front i/o ports are very hard to fit anything into and the front usb ports are upside down.