Summary: Pros: -More attractive than the pictures show, partly due to the large side window (the case has received many compliments) -Plenty of ways to route cables -Fans and motherboard orientation keep things very cool -Quiet, especially with the bottom fans set to low -Plenty of room to work inside -Ability to side-mount an SSD makes for a cleaner interior -Top cover keeps cables neat -Space behind the rear bottom fan is great for holding unused PSU cables -Sturdy, especially...
Summary: Love the design. Very long, but just the right size where it isn't huge like full size towers but still gives plenty of room. It did take a couple minutes to adjust the wires around the back of the case to lay flat enough to get the side panel on but that is no different from other cases. Comes with plenty of extra parts for whatever your needs may be.
Summary: I've been building my own systems for 12 years, and this is the best case I've ever built in. Layout: SilverStone's "right-side" vertical-motherboard orientation puts every connector at the perfect location. The longest cable run in the build is the power connection to your optical drive; Molex and SATA power cables are the longest cables on most power supplies. Front-panel motherboard connections are near the front of the case.
Summary: I installed XSPC rs360 water cooling inside rv02, I am able to fit the rad inside without taking out the original 3 fans. However, I can only install one xspc fan because the power supply cable and video card is blocking the other two spot(I have ga-z68x-ud7 and GTX 570 2.5gb). The really important thing about this set up is, it wont fit a normal GTX 570 card inside with the xspc rs360, mine fit because GTX 570 2.5 is a shorter card (still my PCI-e power cables are...
Summary: As many of you I bought this case for it's impressive cooling performance. I installed my system in the case with an aftermarket CPU cooler and 2 Nvidia GTX 570 graphics cards. This case simply cannot adequately handle the heat buildup between the two SLI cards of this magnitude. My top card was constantly hitting 93 degrees Celsius on 3dMark 11 with the graphics cards fans maxing out. Needless to say this ruled out any overclocking of the video cards.
Summary: First off, this item is packaged great, a little difficult to extricate but undamaged so thats a plus. The case has two big fans on the bottom with vent covers that slide underneth them. There are also some smaller fans. This beast won't over heat at least I fail to see how it ever could. The case is rock solid, built like a tank. I will have this thing for a long time.
Summary: Asus P6t SE i7 975 EE w/liquid cooler no OC 2 x Sapphire Radeon 6950 CF Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 2 GB DDR5 DL-DVI-I/SL-DVI-D/HDMI/Dual Mini DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 100312SR LITTLE TO NO GAP BETWEEN GRAPHICS CARDS. Both Cards OC'd in AMD's Catalyst control center to 840mhz GPU clock 1325mhz Memory clock Power Control settings +10% I received this product on the exact date Amazon promised.
Summary: You should know this first: This case is massive. By that I mean huge. It will not fit under my desk on the 'computer shelf'. This is not unexpected in a 8-external bay tower, but this case is longer front to back than usual, due to the 90-degree motherboard rotation. Now for the review. I very much like the case, the included fans are quiet and the airflow is awesome. Be sure to keep the area clean, as the bottom mounted fans will draw dust and such from the floor.
Summary: Pros: Noise-I can only hear my graphics card buzzing(only during intense game play) as well as my Corsair H50. Ventilation/Cooling- 180mm fans helps keep my system cooled during gaming. Cons: Cable management- If your a show off like me you'll want your cables hiding in the back. It was hard work configuring my cables as well as maintaining the space between the cover because some cables were over lapping creating a lump. And some were bunched up in one spot.
Summary: Pros - Big, Spacious, Excellent Cooling, Beautiful to look at. Vertical drive bays with individual slide out sleds. First position drive is hot swap. Easily removed and cleaned dust filters. Very quiet, even on with all fans on high. They have little notches in the frame so you can get a screw drive everywhere you need to get one. Cons - One of the thumbscrew hols was stripped, but I was able to fix it. The exhaust fan is not sleeved. Why?