Summary: well made, all fits together nicely, lots of features (though why they think it needs a hot swap bay is beyond me. I would say its worth more than it costs. slight negatives, instructions are not brilliant, stock fans are three pin only, and the blank plates were quite hard to remove, but really, for the money, this is a very good case, cool, quiet and easy to work with
Summary: The case it very good build and contains the all the stuff you need to install yours components in to the case but the front panel clips holding the front panel are sometimes very weak. So be careful when taking the front panel off. One of my clips got broken through transit but doesn't make a Hugh difference to the strength of the front panel.
Summary: I bought this case because i was having problems keeping 7950s in crossfire cool enough in my old case. I filled every available fan mounting with 140 mm fans 3 in all and 4 120mm fans (2 already installed).side panel bottom ive got 140mm and side panel top 120mm,top takes a 140mm but the antec cooler fan at the back only allows side top 120mm.
Summary: This case looks good with its black rubberised coating, four 5.5 front bays with choice of mounts for one bay. Plenty of HDD drive bays with the option of removing a block to aid expansion card install or improved air flow. plus top loading HDD external reader is a useful feature. + Points to note:- The case can take an ATX , ATX micro, plus one smaller and the case has all stand-offs marked for easy install.
Summary: I have to say that this is one of the best chassis that I have every bought especially as it is a the lower end of the price spectrum. It is well made and both the top and the front facias come off easily off so you can gain access to the fan mountings etc.(4 in total) There is also addtional possible fan mountings at on the side (2) and the floor(1).
Summary: Generally this case was exactly what I was looking for, and I am very happy with it. Case itself is understated and simple, which was exactly what I wanted rather than some of the alien spaceship looking gaming cases out there. I looked at more expensive cases , but they were huge generally,and I wanted something that wasn't that big, but still had enough space to expand a bit, if necessary, and out of the more budget orientated options available, this looked like best...
Summary: This case says that it supports 240mm/280mm water cooling. This is in fact a total lie. They give you 50mm of space for the radiator and fans to be mounted. The thinnest radiators on the market are 30mm (bar 1 made by Black Ice, which are hard to find as it is) and the standard fan width is 25mm. It doesn't take a genius to realise that NO radiator and fan setup will ever fit inside this case.
Summary: Comes with all what you'd need - plenty of various screws, mb stands and at least two extra sets of long screws in case you'd like to put some extra fans later. Top usb ports (USB3, USB2) connects straight to mainboard instead of it's USB ports like in other same value cases. You have markings on the backlpate, listing where mb stands has to be screwed. Makes life a bit easier. There's just enough room for Antec Kuhler 620 radiator on back side.