Summary: Overall, I would definitely recommend this case for purchase for a gaming rig or home server. This is the 3rd Thermaltake case I have purchased and I'm very happy with this product.
Pros: - Lots of space for hardware - Decent Cable management options - Room for Water Cooling - Nice side window so you can stare at your glorious setup - Got this on sale and was very happy with the price for what you get with this case - Quality black coating inside and out
Cons: - Thumbscrews could be better quality. Feels like they are gonna strip every time I reinstall them and I have to play with the side panels a bit to get them to line up.
Pros: Everything about this case is awesome for the price. A lot of people on here saying its cheap, not sturdy, hard to game with. I guess i dont really get it. i have had this case now for over 2 years and i have nothing to complain about. No one can complain about lack of size its a mid tower not fu...
Cons: NONE.. unless you stop selling it before i can order another one next week for my sisters components.
Summary: i got this to replace my old case on my gaming PC. I couldn't be happier with the results. The grommetted holes make it a breeze to wire everything neatly, avoiding a coil of wires in the middle of the case that blocks airflow. I also love the tool less drive slots.
Summary: The snack tray by the front panel ports shows Thermaltake is really thinking outside the box.
Pros: Great features. Not entirely toolless, but I appreciate the drive bay mechanisms. Generally well designed. Metalic drive bay covers are good dust magnets, one reason I bought the case; I had one similar, and they just work. Would have preffered the metal grills fill the drive bay covers (like my ...
Cons: Very light weight. This thing isn't terribly sturdy. Easily my biggest complaint is the flimsy chasis. It is sufficient, but only just. The case feet are especially poor construction. So far I have had no particular troubles with the apparently low quality materials, but it is worth noting. If yo...
Summary: Case design has really come a long way since I taught A+ tech classes some 10 years ago and my last DIY build 8 years ago. Really, being a Cisco network guy the cable routing holes allowing easy cable routing and dressing is my big thing.
Pros: Roomy There are nicely placed holes to route cables through so they are out of the way. Perhaps this is standard these days, but 8+ years ago during my last DIY build, not so much.
Cons: A bit plasticy. Plastic and metal are slightly off on color.