Summary: Looks absolutely fantastic with that thick brushed aluminum front. I put two GTX 770 graphics cards in this and liquid CPU cooling ready to put under a 4K TV. Plenty of vents to configure a front to back air flow. Dust covers a nice touch. I use a Logitech F710 controller with this, so it's now basically a super charged games console and blu ray player. Negatives: I still wonder why there are two optical bays - one would look nicer.
Excerpt: I bought this case to build a steambox/HTPC; In this respect it was great, easy to build in, and it runs quiet. However the lack of anywhere to mount a single 120mm radiator I found an oversight. I ended up modding the top of the case to insert a 120mm hole, and the relevant mounting points. If you plan on air-cooling, be sure to check the specs for clearance. Other than this the bundled fans are nigh on silent. The intakes are all filtered.
Summary: Fantastic case, very quality, strong, the quality of the metal is very good, so far I couldnt even get any scratches on it, the fan filters on it is very useful, every month i take it off for a quick clean as it gets very dusty under the TV.
Summary: I can't praise this case highly enough, it is almost perfect. Solidly built, loads of room inside, plenty of cooling and even room for a Noctua tower cooler with 2x92mm fans. My one little gripe is with the front flaps for the optical drives... They take a ridiculous amount of fiddling to enable them to open the drive tray properly and have very uneven pressure on the button itself.
Roomy, easy to work on, quiet and includes fans - best case I've worked on!
The Archer, Amazon
28 May 2014
Summary: I tend to build a fair few computers for myself and others so I've worked on a reasonable amount of cases. This one is fantastic. It looks great but it is also very well thought out and allows you to remove awkward bits like the hard drive caddy in order to get better access and fit everything you want without any trouble. WHAT I PUT IN IT Standard ATX motherboard, i5 3750K, Zalman CNPS8900 heatsink, a corsair TX850M PSU and a few disks.