Summary: It is a fine case. No build issues. A little tight when installing the GTX 760. otherwise a great looking case for the money. Like all the fans, still quiet when they are revved up. Would buy another one for sure.
Pros: Great Case for the price. Easy to work inside. Nice waterproof finish? ok? Looks cool my son says. Good fan placement and air flow. Case keeps cool. GTX 760 barely fits in it.
Summary: I snagged this case while it was on sale, it's a good case that's fairly wide, and comes stock with 4 x 120mm fans. It's breathable and the fan controls on the outside are a nice touch along with the digital thermometer. If you want a decent case, i'd suggest this guy.
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: Just installed a new pc using this case. At a price of $50 with so many features, really cannot complain too much. It comes with four internal fans and can control the speed of two fans (with a control button on the front panel). Fans are very quiet so far. The LED fans look pretty nice. some of the material seems cheap though. The back pci slots have to be completed removed (cannot install back after being removed), same for the front 5'' bays.
Summary: There is a lot of room in this case for just about any type of build. I used an EVGA 650ti Boost and there was lots of space for it. The four 120MM fans are blue LEDs and are very quiet, even at high speed. The fan controller is a nice feature. The temperature monitor is rather useless as it just monitors the inside air temperature of the case but looks sharp.
Pros: Lot's of quiet fans., Very roomy., Fan controller
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.