Summary: Had mine for a couple years now! LOVE IT, So easy to put bits in, and keep things nice an neat,hiding cables behind the cable wall. I really, really want to get another one,,or three, and build some more units,,just cause this box is just..kicking simple, but got all the bits I like. plus, the price is GREAT!
Summary: Pros: -case comes with 4 fans that run pretty quiet - the case only came with three of the four rubber pads on the feet, and Zalman sent me 2 rubber pads immediately, great customer service -I have an evga gtx 680 installed (it has 290 mm of space for a graphics card) the 10" card fit pretty easily -My Graphics card doesn't get much hotter than 50C while playing witcher 2, so the case has a pretty good cooling system -pretty solid construction plus pretty (depending on...
Summary: Well... I bought this case 6 months ago for a build with these specs: i5 3570K, Zotac GTX 660, ASRock Z77 Extreme 4, etc. I like it but, it feels cheaply made some of the parts of the case. And also it can get VERY dusty. I also have no idea how to pull the mesh grill kind of thing on the top off to get all the dust off of it.
Summary: I Love this case. I have no complaints, the packaging was great and for the money to get 4 fans with it and a temp sensor, that is amazing, I wish it was more accessible to mount my solid state drive(2.5) but that is not a problem with the case. the cable is too short. nothing a little double sided tape can't fix. More than enough room for my graphics card. Do go with A modular power supply it will help when using the cable management on this case.
Summary: This case is quiet, has good airflow, easy to disassemble, and has plenty of room. It also looks sleek. First, its can fit a foot long graphics card, and a large power supply. However, the PSU (if large) may overlap the 140mm screw holes in the bottom for the fan. I even had trouble getting a 12cm one in without some finagling. And while the bottom fan has a vent with a filter, the PSU has slats with no filter BUT I found you can use the fan one for it instead.
Summary: I was recommended this case for my first build, and it was a great choice. Cable management was pretty easy to handle without much pre-build planning. The one issue that I had was trying to squeeze the power cable behind the motherboard, but if you put the cord through first, it shouldn't be an issue. The temperature sensor is a bit gimicky, but still kind of nice to have to give you a general idea of the temperature.
Summary: The case came with a small scratch. It was not the sellers fault. The case came in the original packaging, so it probably occurred with the manufacturer. Pros: 1. Keeps my computer components cool (I have an AMD 965 BE CPU and a Geforce 670 GTX running at approx. 29C during idle and approx. 36C under load while playing Far Cry 3 @ 1080p.) 2. Fans are quite 3. Convienient location of the 2.0 USB ports 4. Bottom mounted PSU. 5. Hard drives are easy to insert and take out.
Summary: I don't really care for the I/O panel, it's shiny. Just my opinion. Don't care for the red temp readout, should have been blue.
Pros: Installed a Micro ATX ASRock mb in it, along with the Cooler Master 212 cooler. Enough clearance for the cooler, and it is visible in the window.
Cons: The blue LED fans really don't move much air at all. They are pretty quiet. Not the quietest case over all, but still quiet non the less. The rear fan puts out quite a bit of air, not sure if it is the fan or that it is in line with the cooler master cooler which really moves the air as well.