Summary: I am not a gamer but needed a case that provided ample room for components and better cooling features than most cases offer. This case more than met my expectations on every level. I added a dual fan liquid cooling system without any problems. If you need extra component space and three very large but quiet cooling fans, this is the case for you. Highly recommended.
Summary: I had this case for about 1 year now, great until I started customizing the front panel swapping out the fans. The USB 3.0 cable ended up breaking because of heat and the leds blew out. Other than customization it worked great.
Summary: nicely appointed case, a very easy wire management system with room. I have the MKI and they only took about a half inch in width and hight away at a better price. very ampple cooling fan spaces same as MKI.
Summary: This is a hybrid plastic and steel case. The dimensions are good, though it is smaller than some full ATX cases, and I would honestly say that it sits in between mid and full towers in terms of size. The blue lights do not change at all, so expect a blue theme unless you want to swap out all of the LED's. The dock, power buttons, and lights all worked out of the box. There is a decent amount of room, and if set up right, airflow is VERY good.
Summary: This is a great product it comes with a lot of screws and things you would for future upgrades. Right now I have 5 fans and have room for one more and I have two hard drives sitting comfortably. This case has it all and its built for liquid cooling ready. I would highly recommend this case.
Summary: This case is a beast. It has lots of room inside making for a fairly easy build process. I liked this case because of the top power and usb panel (harddrive dock is a bonus). I also liked the fact that the cables on the inside could be routed out behind the mother board tray. My only issue is for my situation I didn't feel there was enough room behind the tray to route cables neatly.