Summary: I have had a Dell Insprion 580 forever, but decided to build an alternate more graphic intensive computer so if my Dell should ever falter, I would just sell the tower and whatever else. I really like the big power button, it is so.. satisfying to push. Reset button is so freakin awesome, I am actually new to this, always wanted to reset the computer without having to do it through software. Sometimes I just like to take my frustration out physically.
Summary: Got this for a build I did for a friend, and he seems to be happy with it aesthetically. As the one who built it, I can say that it was very easy to work with, though I was somewhat confused by the HDD mounting system mostly out of ignorance (my previous experienced had been with either Dells or a supposedly "toolless" drive bay from a diablotek case, both of which had mounting plates to screw the drive onto).
Summary: I was looking for something small and compact. This is like a smaller form factor that you can put full size cards in. I would have returned it except I got all my builds in it already. Overall, a nice looking case but bright blue light.
While the case is good looking, it is of cheap construction
29 March 2014
Summary: This is an affordable case with an included power supply. While the case is good looking, it is of cheap construction. Many of the parts broke within the first week. If you are gentle with things, this case will be great for you. If you are rough with things DO NOT buy this case.
Summary: I went for this case for my Windows budget build because it had a power supply included. I don't really do much for gaming, so my parts were middle-grade and I didn't use a graphics card--this meant that 400W was plenty enough for such a project. Pros: Power supply included No fitting problems with the middle-of-the-road parts that I bought. Cons: I do seem to have trouble with the power button--it seems to take a few shots to turn it on.