Summary: Lain-Li here I come. Don't bother responding Sigma, I wouldn't email you if you paid me.
Pros: I have had this case for two and a half years now and it hasn't caught on fire, yet.
Cons: The first thing to stop working were the inputs on the front, which btw are garbage because you have to have the door open to use them. Then the magnets fell off the door so it doesn't stay closed. At one point I was installing something and when I closed the side panel, the clips on the bottom o...
Pros: The case is well made. Mounting the mother board is very easy, both sides fold down and the mother board tray can be removed. Three fans help keep the case very cool and fairly quiet. This is a good size case with enough room for all your computer needs. I personally think it is a great computer ...
Cons: The only con I have is the front door connectors. I think the front conncetors could have been made a little better for this quality case. The front panel of my case would come off to easy with a little pressure. Later one of the connectors broke off. Not a big problem since I glued it back bette...
Summary: Wish it was all steel and had better fastners, but still a great case.
Pros: The case is great, easy to work on and comes with three 120mm fans. Fans are not quiet, even with the the foam, but not that loud either. Mother board tray comes out easy and both sides come down with no problem. Lot of room and plenty SATA and USB connections. Comes with a tool case.
Cons: Has a plastic and metal face. One of my plastic fastners broke off, but still snapped in with no trouble.
Summary: - It has the word "Unicorn" planted on the front of it. - The front door of this case is the worst part about it. If the Power button wasn't actually attached to the door I would have removed it already.
Pros: - Great Airflow. - Stylish looking case - Roomy on the inside
Cons: - Front panel speaker and mic ports didn't work out of the box. - You also can't use the front panel speaker or USB ports with the door closed. - The door uses very weak magnets to stay closed and easily swings open by itelf. - The bright Blue Power LED paints a bright bullseye on the ceiling. - ...
Summary: This case is for my wife, and so appearances mattered. I am not particularly fond of doors in front of the case, but this case isn't for me. I did like the fact that the power button is on top of the door. Also, the door is held in place with magnets, and that is a plus for me.
Pros: The case is quiet and rather stylish.
Cons: Securing from the motherboard side of the case is not possible.
Average Case, good looking but not that much efficient.
Davi L., Newegg
20 August 2009
Summary: Overall a decent case, but will a couple of flaws.
Pros: Great cooling system, and the case also helps preventing those loud noises coming out from the case.
Cons: Didn't like the idea that i have to open the from part in order to connect my gaming headset, or pluging in USB devices, I should have known better but i still dont like it. The fan on the right-side is a lost case, i cant get it through it so i can plug in the 80mm fan that is missing to improve...
Summary: If I run in to another budget build, I am grabbing another one of these.
Pros: Well worth the $60 range, well ventilated, E5200 OC'd, fits a Mascool 8WA741 and a BFG 9800 GTX+ OC. Both sides open with the lift of a lever creating easy access and the interior metal didn't cut me up.
Cons: Tooless/screwless drivebays aren't the best, then again, I like to use screws to securely lock drives in place so it wasn't a big deal. Power LED is bright.
Summary: I contacted support and they send me two replacement fans with red LEDs - one 120mm and one 80mm fan (!?!). While fixing magnet's issue I pressed front fan in and it stopped "grinding". Cannot tell for how long :). I will not install those "red LED" fans.
Pros: Quiet, lots of room, tool-less mounting system, tool kit under the hard drive bay (it was hard to find though ;)).
Cons: Few: 1. Side panel 120mm fan came DOA. 2. Front fan (with red LEDs) was really noisy (like it was grinding something). 3. Magnets that hold door locked were barely glued in place. One actually was on metal frame loose, not on front piece of plastic. I removed both magnets and glued them in place ...