Pros: BIG BIG BIG! Now I have some proper room top expand over my mid ATX case. I got this off a computer thrift store. Some of the connectors didnt work like the USB and the right ear of the audio but that doesnt bother me.
Cons: My motherboard doesnt have connectors labeled but not a con on the case
Summary: overall the case is solid but definitely overpriced. but if you got the cash and it was lvoe at first sight, like me :P, then buy b/c it is a fantastic case. roomy and will survive many future builds or upgrade in the future. plus it looks sweet and gives you some flare!
Pros: -Spacious. it has plenty of room for everything especially up to 7 hard drive spaces (including the 3.5" slot if you have an adapter) -top USB ports are excellent and convenient. -top fan is fantastic for removing hot air, but i recommend getting a much more powerful one in order to get lower tem...
Cons: -the fans are silent but do not have enough airflow if you want to have a high-end CPU or video card in there (expecially if you want to overclock). so i ordered the Thermaltake A1357. -minor defects such as alignment slightly off. -EZ non-screw installation of add-on cards securley fastens the c...
Summary: though this case is over priced, it is worth it if you have the cash. the fans are weak, my 3700+ San Diego runs 47 load, 43 idle. but if you get a few 80mm fans that are powerful it shouldnt be a problem. other than that the case is solid, plenty of space and looks awesome!
Summary: This case (out of the box) will be heavier then any other case youve owned! Very heavy duty, Youll build muscle if you LAN with it~ Being all aluminum means it is ALWAYS cold to the touch. Im sure this helps with cooling as well.
Summary: this case was truelly good only after i modded the cr*p out of it..aka cut out all the air restrictions, esp those on the sidepanal/plastic..the case is well built though, very sturdy..and i REALLY like the pure aluminum front..always cold hehe.
Summary: Very good case! Absolutely a must for a home with kids; it can be locked and can take a beating from all types of accident prone kids. Downsides: I had to drill the powersupply to make it able to be secured within the case.
Summary: I originally purchased an Xaser III about 3 years ago. I don't know if this model has any modifications/ improvements but after reviewing the specs it looks pretty much the same as mine ('cept mine is black).
Summary: Overall this is a nice case, but I had issues with the fit and finish. The posts that screw into the motherboard came out when I had to remove the motherboard, which created a lot of problems. I switched to a slightly cheaper Coxxxxxster w/ a removable MB tray which is much better.
Summary: After hours of case searching, I decided to get this case from Thermaltake. The case is very light for its height and width and it looks beautiful. It's so big inside it will fit anything you want. The big space inside is also good for airflow.
Summary: This was my second home built pc, and after much reasurch I chose the Thermaltake Xaser III. I as reluctant to go with this case because of the price, but am glad I did, as it is worth every penny. Had no issues with the side panel or the screwless pci card holders. The case is BIG, and looks nice.