but i am not disappointed. I was able to pull off $350 budget ...
Sukjin Yoon, Amazon
17 March 2015
Summary: Yes it is cheap. but i am not disappointed. I was able to pull off $350 budget gaming build using this case. If you are looking for cheap gaming build you might want to check my review on building the whole system. I recommend this product! https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?
Summary: Does exactly what I need it to do, and does it for cheap. I bought this to use as a tower for my HTPC. PSU was just fine, not DOA as I believe some others may have experienced. All of the lights and connections on the front panel work as intended. The only thing that slightly bothered me (and this is entirely personal) is how wide it is. I totally should have known this based on the measurements, but I guess I didn't really care to check.
Summary: I wouldn't OC any parts in the case, the cooling isn't the best.
Pros: This case was fast shipping, it was my first pc build and the case was overall really good, I had to take out the drive bays to fit my motherboard in. The paint had a little bit of scratches on it but it's hard to notice if your not looking for damage.
Summary: This is a great design, and awesome price for the package. One picture of the product shows an air funnel/vent attached to the access panel, that is optional, and not included, that is why the absence of a 5th star. Details matter, especially with computer builds.
Summary: Recently recieved the case and over all it reach expectations in all I have three complaints and three kudos. 1. the back plate that covers the gap between case and main board was non existent so I have a gap in the back of my pc exposing it. 2.removing the plate to get to the inside has very little grip. there is an indent where you can apply pressure but its not the best. 3.the power supply only offers two sata cords.
The wiring descriptions were fine and detailed enough for anyone to use
James Murphy, Amazon
2 January 2015
Summary: This case is much nicer than I expected. I bought it for a budget build and was looking to get a decent looking case with power supply. 400 watt was exactly what I was looking for. I can't yet speak to how the PSU holds up as I'm still waiting for the CPU to arrive. assembly went quite well I had plenty of room to work with inside this towere wire mangement hasn't been an issue. The wiring descriptions were fine and detailed enough for anyone to use.
Definitely better options out there + one big caution
Eric T., Newegg
1 January 2015
Summary: This case is, overall, pretty cheap. I'm okay with the cheapness because I was looking for budget anyway, and I'm only scrutinizing it because I'm having to move it around a lot to get it set up correctly in my home. All that aside, I just received my graphics card (here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=14-130-795), which has a single HDMI port on the far end (stand the card up in your mind, and HDMI is furthest towards the top).
Pros: Clean lines / design Nice big power button in the front Spacious
Cons: Super cheap plastic makes for awkward holding & shipping (broken front on arrival) Steel layout around the expansion slots render them somewhat inaccessible (see below)
Summary: All components arrived on time as per shipping schedule. Thank you.
Pros: Nicely painted, attractive. Adequate drive bays for all types of drives. Spring activated bay covers are a nice touch.
Cons: On/Off switch was inoperative. New computer case is unusable. All installed components had to be uninstalled then re-installed in existing computer case. Started normally. An installed case fan would be a plus.
Summary: It's an attractive case, you will get finger prints and smudges all over it. Sturdy for the most part as long as you don't beat on it. Get a different PSU though if you must. I don't trust Rosewill enough to work for too long.
Pros: I was impressed when I unboxed the case. No problems, no dents, everything was very well lined up even after taking the side panel off. Working inside was easy. There are no terribly sharp edges that came into contact with me. I am very experienced in working in smaller cases and for me to not cut myself in the process is surprising. I was pleased to see the PSU worked. I have bad luck with these case and power supply combos. Doesn't mean it won't fail down the road. ...
Cons: Not a lot of screws provided. Looked like someone with tiny hands grabbed a handful and tossed them in a giant bag. Stand off holes do not line up to MicoATX boards mounting holes properly. If you are going to drill holes, at least make sure you follow standard board layouts. This power supply is terrible. Yes I was lucky to get one that works, but really? 2 Sata plugs? Even a lower end 400W PSU had 4 sata power plugs! This build has an SSD, and a HDD but no chance fo...