Summary: As others have noted, the button seems somewhat cheap. Mine hasn't had any problems with jamming yet, but I can see what people are describing. The rest of the case is built nicely and fits all my other hardware. My build: Intel i3-2120 3.3ghz Biostar TH61 ITX motherboard Corsair H60 Liquid Cooler MSI Radeon 7770 8GB Corsair XMS3 128GB Intel SSD Everything fit nicely and the case feels solid. I was hoping amazon would have the bitfenix prodigy, but this will do.
Summary: This is just absolutely amazing. Since it has a great quality psu, u can put a nvidia gtx 560 ti with a 110 watt cpu. That is the max u can put in. Anything more, and the psu will automatically shut off. This means light overclocking only. On a 560 ti, a 80mhz overclock will take around 20 watts extra which will make the psu shut off. The longest card u can put in is 10.2 inches as long as the pcie power connectors are on the top of the card.
Summary: Pros: It's so tiny, yet can hold/power my GTX 460, Core i3 2100, and triple SSD's while keeping temps very reasonable. Extremely stiff internal chassis. Good looks. Other dual-slot GPU-capable Mini-ITX cases (Lian Li, BitFenix, Cooler Master) are almost as large as a Micro-ATX case, so this case's compact dimensions are fairly unique. It easily fits in my duffel bag along with cables, controllers, keyboard, and mouse.
Summary: I bought this case for a ITX home gaming build and it works great. The build is very good. The main fan also comes with a dust filter. The case also was able to hold my GTX 460 SE. Once everything is in place, it can get a bit tight.
Summary: Bought one of these to build my machine. Fits a i5-2500k and a ATI HD6850 really easily! Due to the tiny amount of space, a Solid state drive is recommended. Heat might also be a problem as ventilation is not the best in one of these small Mini-ITX cases. It looks great on my desk beside my monitor!
Summary: Great looking case for a mini ITX build. I put in a ASURock H67MITX board, an SSD with a Core i5 2500K and a 1x8GB GEIL RAM. + Not too hard for a first timer. You need some patience and .. some more patience. + Front USB 3.0 ports! That was a surprise. Unfortunately, the ASURock H67MITX board does not have 3.0 headers, fortunately, the case comes with 3.0 to 2.0 converters. If you really need to use the 3.0 on the front, look for a better motherboard.
Summary: I bought this case for my new HTPC and I have to say I am impressed. The interior provides enough room to accommodate the stock fan that came with my AMD cpu, the internal fan is quiet and large and keeps the case cool. It is well built and has ample power to support practically anything you can squeeze into the case.
Summary: My pico psu died, so instead going with the car pc case and pico psu I was using, I decided to stepup to a case with a power supply that will support some upgrades. Will eventually upgrade the mobo and add in a new video card. So about this case, I can hear it from across the room, and that's sad. I might replace the fan. My previous nocturnal fan was dead quiet. The HDD LED was DOA from the factory.
Summary: Good case overall, however you need to be aware of its pitfalls. I think the case deserves a 3-4star rating due to some issues with noise. 1. The blue LED light on the front is too bright and quite annoying. I have tape over mine. 2. The front "large slow-moving fan" on the front of the case is noisy. It was too loud for me so I had it replaced with an uptra-quiet 120mm fan. 3. The power supply is also somewhat loud. I am planning to get a fan-less PSU from Silverstone.