Summary: I saw another review say it doesn't have a hard drive LED indicator; it does. The power LED is bright so may not be good for a bedroom.
Pros: Good price. Fit everything I was putting in (graphics card was CPU integrated). Power supply working just fine for me too. Wouldn't expect much more for this price.
Cons: - Only comes with 8 motherboard mounts, but ATX motherboards have 9 mount points. - Connector to front panel was broken on arrival. I have to be careful when lifting it, but it stays on without any additional supports.
Case is nice, but is not big enough for a high end CPU Fan.
James S., Newegg
26 September 2013
Summary: This is a nice case for a budget build, but know up front a high end CUP cooler (the kind with the 120MM fans and heat-pipes) is in NO WAY going to fit in this thing. Its a good 20mm to thin. If your useing a stock HS&F or traditional style HS&F, your golden.
Summary: PSU model is Thermaltake TT-450NH2NK -- Voltage rail ratings follow: +3.3V ---- 21A +5V ---- 15A +12V ----25A Used to power an Athlon X4 750K (100W) and a Radeon 7850 (106W via guru3d.com) with no issues.
Pros: - Clean appearance - Large PSU fan reduces need for case fans - 2.5" drive holes on base (no need for 2.5" mount kit) - Easy to route faceplate wires beneath mobo plate.
Cons: - Easily distorted expansion port slots. (Thin sheet metal) - No dedicated PCI-X/Graphics power connector.
Cons: Flimsy case - once I took off the side panel couldn't get it back on flush and the screws were stripped - had to improvise. Came with a combo and the case could have been smaller to accommodate the motherboard. Doesn't have an LED for the hard drive. Has no case fans.
Summary: Used this case to build a cheap desktop for my gf parents. Overall it went well but I had to fight with the case a few times. Putting the fans in seemed like a hassle and same with the hdd and disk drive.
Pros: Cheap, Works, Fits all my parts, Light
Cons: Cut myself on the metal a couple times, no fans.