Summary: For the price, can't really beat it. Fits a Hyper 212 EVO with at least a quarter of an inch to spare. Doesn't come with an SDD bracket. Had to buy one out of pocket OR mount it to the bottom of the case. Can't stress enough how much of a well built case this is. Solid. Expected to be flimsy.
Pros: - Less than 50 dollars - Free shipping - Strong, sturdy case - Lots of airflow - Multiple options on fans - Looks great with the white + black color - USB 3.0 Front pannel
Cons: - Hard to manage proper cable management. Not much space in the back of the case. Had to run 4/8 pin motherboard cable from the power supply along the side and then above and then back down to the connector on the motherboard. - Can't mount more than one intake fan from the front (Because oft he front hub) Had to use a spare fan and mount in on the bottom of the case as an added intake. - Only comes with one fan.
It does look nice, but even for a budget case I feel it's lacking.
Happy Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 February 2015
Summary: I purchased this case for a mid-priced build I was doing. I liked the way it looked and the specs seemed satisfactory. However, it's really small on the inside for a mid tower size case. It's cramped. Mounting fans inside is difficult because of the proximity to other components. Cable management is difficult for the same reason. The front port connectors seem really loose and flimsy. Even at the low price point I feel like I could have found a better quality case.
so it will suck air through those and right out the back
Happy in Tampa, Amazon
29 December 2014
Summary: get more fans. simple as that. ok, so it comes with rear fan. but it has huge holes in top right in front of it... so it will suck air through those and right out the back. so... get a really good fan for the front, so it has cool air coming in and a fan blowing it out. also good idea to put top fan to further help air coming in front and going out and to help it not pull air from the top and out the back which helps the cpu little...
Summary: All in all, it's pretty good for the money. Didn't run into any major issues building inside of it. Again, I would buy this case anywhere up to about $50. For more than that I may look elsewhere. If you like the way the case looks though, it will work and you shouldn't run into any major issues.
Pros: -Affordable at this current price. I think we got it for $30 with a MIR. I probably would look elsewhere if this was on sale for >$50. -Respectable name brand.
Cons: -Lack of fans. It only comes with one exhaust fan in the rear/top. I added a side intake fan on the side panel. -The rear PCI/PCI-E tabs have to be "popped" out, the old school way, to insert your GPU or other PCI/PCI-E cards. Not a big deal, but a bit ghetto. -Case may be a bit flimsy compared to other cases like CoolerMaster or Fractal Design...but that's what I've come to expect from Thermaltake. -Screws didn't totally line up with the particular PSU that we used i...
Pros: Good, sleek looking case, and it's cheap too.
Cons: It would be great if you could actually fit a fan on the top of the case, but it runs into the memory sticks. And the screw holes for the fan in the front of the case are way too small. Kind of silly that there is a design flaw that disables the use of need fans.