Summary: I bought this case to build myself a good computer. For a "full" tower, it barely, barely, BARELY fit my gtx 580 (so I guess check the inside size) because I actually had to cut out a chunk of the case with a jeweler's saw in order to properly fit the graphics card. It's all good though! I also had a bit of trouble fitting in the SSD and hard drive with the slip on sliders, so I ended up tossing aside the sliders and just screwed in the SSD. Decent case for the money.
Summary: it is not silent but its not too loud it would be nice if it had a LED off switch/button but its not a deal breaker for me. it comes with only two fans but they work good . it would be nice if they added more USB ports on the case or had a bay built for it so you can add them easily.
Summary: I built an AMD based system with an ATX motherboard. This case has worked out great. There is plenty of space for hard drives and other peripherals. It has room to run wires and it has plenty of fans to help keep the system cool. The front of the case has a door with a magnet on it to keep it closed. This door gives you access to your DVD-drives. The front itself is nicely done with blue lights and sleek shapes.
Summary: I was excited to get this tower to build my new computer, and found very quickly some serious design flaws. These flaws may be 'so what?' to the casual user, but to those building their own computer they are glaring flaws. That I'm able to list ten flaws in what is basically a metal box is pretty bad. 1. The rear dual fans are locked side by side, which blocks any after-market coolers that take up a 120mm fan slot (Such as Corsair coolers) 2.
Summary: A great, large case for the money and first time builder of PC gaming towers. Plenty of room, lots of fan options. My only problem is that the front case latching were all busted on the bottom when I took it out of the box. The shipping box was severely destroyed as well - perhaps therein lies the answer. But because it will not affect the case's primary function, and it's for me, I felt no need to return it for the hassle of getting another one.
Summary: this is am amazing case and one that id definitely recommend. It has enough room to fit pretty much everything you want and the sliders it comes with makes everything so much easier. Also, this case looks a lot cooler in real life then it does in the stock photo, it just looks amazing.
Summary: Although the box appeared to be sealed at the factory, it only contained the case itself - no instruction manual and no screw-less rails (needed to mount DVD player and hard drives). The screw holes for the power supply show scratches where someone obviously tried to mount one. Don't think it was an Amazon issue, more like NZXT factory slipped a used chassis into a new box.