Summary: I do not really recommand it for the actual price (C$119) I got it for $C85. But this is a really nice case under 100$, will last forever. I own two of these and they got the same Pros and Cons.
Pros: Heavy case. Can fit a good 10,4 inch gpu in it. Black on black.
Cons: The fans bearing gets weak rapidly. (Runing at 40% of speed for a year) The panels are a bit hard to slide.
Pros: This case has nice lighting, and a decent amount of space inside. The rear exhaust fan is pretty good quality.
Cons: The stock intake and top mount exhaust fan are absolutely terrible, you will need to replace them for any decent gaming rig. They are relatively loud, and ineffective in their only function, moving air. There is also a piece of metal that prevents a straight line to the screws used to mount your ...
Summary: This is overall a great case that I definitely recommend- and that's all there is to it.
Pros: The case is amazing, simply put. I've had this case for something about 2 years now, and I still love this case. The summer after I bought it I moved and I dropped my computer *really really* tough, on concrete. It fell with a thud and I was convinced that everything in there was completely trash...
Cons: I can't think of anything specifically "bad" about this case. It can be a bit annoying to clean but that's about it. Mainly because mine is broken, though. I'm not a fan of the side panel though.
Pros: Great size, comes with 5 pre-installed fans(2 include LED lights), good looking, includes tray to place an item(flash drive, phone, ect), fixed issue many users had when the usb 3.0 on the front needed to be plugged into the motherboard from outside of the case, very sturdy
Summary: I haven't received my components yet, so I haven't done a build with this case yet. I figured I would let people know that Zalman fixed the two issues of the USB 3.0s and the front plate that many reviews online complain about, so they don't go and buy an adapter they don't need, like I did.
Pros: Beautiful case. It is on the large side of a mid-size case, and it the ability to mount five fans, plus the design looks like it will have amazing air flow for cooling. I was happily surprised that some of the major flaws that I read in reviews before buying the case were fixed apparently (thanks...
Cons: See pros about comment on broken bits on front plate. On that note, the window on the side was scratched up and very very dusty on the INSIDE (so not a shipping error), and there were some dents on the side cover of the 80mm exhaust fans, on a part covered in the Styrofoam (again, not a shipping ...
Summary: the front/top facing usb three options are not the most desirable. you have to run the cables from the front panel out the back panel into the true usb3.0 ports. causes the interior of your pc to loose some of that clean aesthetics when trying to manage cables.
Pros: spacious. many options for fans and cooling. looks realy cool. interior has space for good cable management behind the side panel
Cons: odd shape may not fit in tight spaces, nor more uniform rectangular desk cubbies.
Summary: Good case overall loves the all RED leds and good looking on it this with an fan controller makes it the best case i ever had..had an NZXT Hades before and this case got a better airflow with lower temps yet,would recommend!
Pros: -Very good looking, -good air flow, -good cable management, -good zalman fans installed
Cons: -removing the top panel is a nightmare + the HDD led unglued.., -rear fan is MOLEX connector, -front panel cables were a little too short
Summary: I've bought numerous Z11 cases (red, blue, plus, non-plus) and I will keep buying them. They look nice, will hold pretty much any standard parts, and will make your computer quick to sell later on. They also have decent cooling performance and are reasonably quiet.
Pros: I'm using this for a fresh build. looks very spacious. I probably shouldn't be writing this until I'm finished, but I do like what I see so far.
Cons: The only think I was not made aware of was that the USB 3.9 front side ports use a 9 pin header, which th mobo I got did not have (though it had them onboard). Frustrating but nothing a PCI card can't fix, or just covert them to 2.0 with an adapter.