Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Overseer RX-I (VN700M1W2N)
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Value for money 8
Overall quality 2
Great case but...
3 January 2014
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: Pros: The hard drive docking port on the top is a nice feature. I have not attempted to use it yet but this should be nice for an external drive. The case is attractive and roomy. The motherboard mounting panel has a cutout beneath the CPU socket that is large enough to permit installation of additional hardware needed for improved heat sinks. The cooling fans are very quiet and seem to do an adequate job.
Summary: It is easy to hide your wires in this case. The case comes with 3 large fans and does not make much noise. While I would not put it in a bedroom it would be fine next to a TV without disturbing anyone. I was moving from 1 case to this one and expected to spend some time getting it the way I wanted it. It 90 minutes it was done a booted. The case with 700W PS and 3 fans was expensive but I am done with cheap cases trying to get everything to fit.
Summary: Purchased this as my first attempt into actually building a computer (never having built one before). Like others mentioned, massive case with tons of room. Multiple fans work great. Standard Blue LED lighting (though I wish you could customize the colours). Occasionally, the front fan might make a 'vibrating' sound (but it's not a major issue). Overall, pretty quiet for a massive machine. Please note, the side panel window is made of really thin PLASTIC.