Summary: this is a large matx case that allows the builder some creativity. i currently have a 240 thick xspc radiator mounted inside with a 6950 and my i7 960 on that loop. it is a bit cramped but it still looks very clean and the handle is still usable.
Pros: super awesome case, in a matx size. this case has lots of width to allow for taller cpu coolers as well as room for a 10 in video card, currently have a 6950 in mine. it is painted inside as well
Cons: this case uses rivets to hold some of the internals in makes it a tad harder to modify but it can be done, just would have been easier if there were screws. this case is also larger than a standard matx case if that matters to some (im not complaining though)
Summary: This is a great case for mATX builds. I had been eyeing this case for a little over a year and I finally have it to brag about. This overall design is not an eye sore and it has plenty of space for cable management as well!
Pros: Plenty of space even if it is mATX Bottom mount PSU Room for full size video cards
Cons: The screws for the handle were a bit tedious to install, but you just need a mini screw driver and you're good to go.
Summary: Great case, I bring it over to friend's house's all the time for LAN parties. I grab it by the handle, carry it out to my car, put it behind the seat, drive to my friend's, then carry it by the handle again into their house and set up. It is a very nice feature.
Pros: -Two fan control knobs -Good airflow -Sturdy handle -Nice cable management
Cons: -Occasionally when I have the fan controller turned as low as it can go and I first turn on my PC, the fans won't spin until I turn the knobs up. The thing is, while the computer is on and I turn them all the way down, they still spin, just not at high-speeds and quietly. This happens rarely.
Summary: I gave 1 egg for Newegg and 1 egg for the case due to the fact it IS a nice case if you leave the handle in the box. It sits as a bare frame (test frame) now housing an older build i did as i bought a much nicer case from Newegg, Sorry NZXT....never again.
Pros: Plenty of room for everything, Fit Corsair H55 in the front like a dream. All around nice looking case, i will miss it :(
Cons: The handle, Do NOT trust the handle at all, throw it away and forget about it, if you want to buy this case for the portability (like i did) look elsewhere, the handle broke as another reviewer said, not the screws, but the handle itself broke while being carried and destroyed the front bezel and...
Pros: Great airflow for a smaller form factor case. Everything is painted a nice, black finish.
Cons: Note; - That the front panel dust filter is several centimeters away from the intake fan so it doesn't really filter any dust. - The integrated fan controller makes a buzzing sound which is only audible when your ears are right next to the case. Adjusting the fan speed may change this. - If you w...
Summary: I used a credit card that i didnt want to add on my newegg account, why I'm not verified. i5 4670k @4.2Ghz (full C-states) MSI Z87M-G43 Team Extreem 8gb @2000Mhz Corsair H50 EVGA GTX 760 ACX SC + Intel HD 4600 Silverstone strider ST60F-Ps Samsung 840 series 120GB NZXT Vulcan mATX
Pros: Great pair for my new build, airflow is excellent with the grilled side panel. Cable management behind the other panel was sufficient in organizing my fully modular psu's excessive cable length. Looks great, handle is actually strong enough to support the weight of my build.
Cons: With mine i couldnt get the LEDs to work, it might be my mobo, but honestly case lights are annoying personally. I wouldnt put a +10" GPU in this case, my 9.5" 760 ACX barely fit, had about 1/4" of space left between it and the HDD bays. Lastly with cpu liquid cooling closed loops (like a H110 or...