Summary: not worth loosing an egg for but, the bottom fans can get in the way. also the space for 4 optical drives could have been cut to two and left more room for hdd's.
Pros: you can fit everything and the kitchen sink in it. i have a micro atx mobo with a gtx 960 in it for 4k, along with 4 3.5 in hdd ,1 2.5 in hdd and, a dvd drive. and still had room to put in a 1000 w power supply from and old rig. one other plus is the dust guards on the fans, they are all out side...
Cons: not really a con but the case it's self is huge. thinking this was designed for your entertainment center, i did not bother to measure ....oops. far to big for were i wanted to put it. so measure before you buy. with that said i would have bought it any way.
The HDD cage works great. I have 5 HDD for all my movies
G. A. Powell "Thedigitalgap", Amazon
5 March 2015
Summary: This cased worked perfectly for my Media PC. The HDD cage works great. I have 5 HDD for all my movies. It will take a little time to figure out where to place your drives, but again enjoy the build. The looks is great. Enjoy.
Summary: This looks so much better in the living room than the tower I previously used (which my wife definitely appreciates). Yeah, it's kind of pricey, but the integrated look with other A/V equipment is well worth it. The only reason I held back a star is the noise level of the stock fans.
The case has a very nice finish that would blend right in with virtually any ...
14 January 2015
Summary: I do not normally write a review on a product since most of what I would say has already been said.. I chose this case for the simple fact that it had the highest number of 3 1/2" drive bays out of any case that I looked at. 5 3 1/2" bays,4 5 1/4" bays and 2 2 1/2" bays.
Summary: I loved this case. First, the case is aluminum not cheap plastic. Second, plenty of space in the case for lots of Hard DrIves and other components. Third, great if you have children. It has a locking power button and front panel so the can't mess up what your working on.
Summary: I built this to hang under a desk for aesthetic reasons. It won't look good next to a McIntosh but otherwise I would use this case for a home theater build. A little pricey (could've saved $10 dropping the two-handled steel insert) but then we'll always ask for more value.
Pros: Beautiful anodized brushed aluminum face plate. Nice workmanship throughout. Plenty of room for full-sized MOBO and long-ish GPU. Plenty of mounting points for fans - although they could have arranged them better.
Cons: Loss of egg for seemingly unnecessary two-handled steel insert that drops into case from above to hold optical drives behind the keyed flip-down face plate. Optical drives must be mounted so far forward (to make flush) that you cannot remove the same two-handled insert once the drives are secured...
Summary: The Good: This is a sturdy, almost all-metal, roomy, well-engineered case. There's space for lots of hard drives and room for air flow. At 17 inches wide, it's probably the same width as your other audio/home entertainment components and will look right at home with them.