Excerpt: This is a huge beast of a case with some nice quality features! Big and roomy plus fantastic fans and novel mobo positioning (rotated by 90 degrees) ensures excellent air cooling and a nice easy build. Great cable routing options and plenty of room behind the mobo tray ensures a nice tidy build with almost all wiring hidden away. It is solidly built and has some nice touches like magnetic dust filters and fan speed controls.
Excerpt: This product is a strange design, all the board ports come out of the top of the case unlike normally out the back. Its supposed to have good cable management but found it hard fitting everything in with a modular psu. The case does have plenty of room for expansion and cooling.
overall very good quality case but can't do watercool, it doesn't have enough room
El skeleton, Amazon
22 May 2014
Summary: I bought it from amazon uk. The case was bent on the bottom corner a tiny bit and side panels didn't align, looks like the case had been used before or had been thoroughly abused by UPS. I guess I was very unlucky. But overall this case was very good. Buy it. I like the 90 degrees rotated motherboard position. I gave 4 stars only because it was defected.
Summary: Basically we are looking at giant, quite interestingly big thing here. Though it feels a bit plasticy front and top, it's quite the eye catcher and has an over all brilliant build quality. As expected, did the rotated motherboard reduce my temperature significantly.
Excerpt: While not as aesthetically pleasing as other cases, it is brilliant at cooling my overclokced 2500K and GTX 660ti, and feels like you could fit a small mansion behind the motherboard and right side panel, this case provides excellent value for money, is extremely sturdy (although plastic is used a lot), and the rotated motherboard design is very convenient if you find yourself reaching blindly around the back often to plug in a different monitor or device.
Summary: I read several reviews before buying this case and I particularly like the rotated motherboard position and separate housing for the PSU and other components. Airflow is bottom-to-top rather than front-to-back and I get fantastic cooling performance. It will house big air coolers - mine is a ThermalRight Silver Arrow SB-E. I would like to see other manufacturers explore this concept as well. This case is not suited for water cooling.
Excerpt: Well designed case with plenty of room. I fitted hard drives into normal bays as they ran hot in the rear. Would be fine if you don't use your drives as much as i do,24/7. I have a H80i attached to the exhaust fan. Two graphics cards(ATI and NVIDIA), the NVIDIA one runs 6 degrees cooler in this case running cuda. Hard drive bay screws are a pain to get back in.