Summary: I have mixed opinions for this case. I like the general look and aesthetics of the case (naturally, case preference is subjective and differs with each individual). It is decent looking to be a gaming case, yet not too flashy to be an "everyday" case. There is ample space even for the longest non-modular power supply. Additionally, the space behind the motherboard should be sufficient to hide most cable clutter.
Pros: Good cooling. 3 fans included. Front fan controller and digital temp readout, Large cpu cooler cutout. All fan locations are filtered. Lots of space behind motherboard tray. Black inside and out. Lots of included screws and fasteners
Cons: Front USB 3 are the older passthrough design. Rear PCI slot covers are not reusable. Flimsy steel. HDD mounting awkward. No support for AIO watercooling except single 120
Summary: Overall, I am really satisfied with this case. It has 3 included fans itself and they have nice blue LED. But I found that Gigabyte graphic card might be tight to install (it is installable though) for someone. So if you are buying this case, I suggest that buying graphic cards less than 300mm length. Definitely would buy again.
Pros: Good price for mid towers with MIR, Nice blue LED Fans, 3 Included Fans
Cons: USB 3.0 Cable should connect to back panel instead of motherboard, Bit tight for gigabyte graphic cards due to length
Summary: Overall very satisfied and would definitely recommend this for a budget to mid-level build. The lack of USB 3.0 ports on the front is the only thing that kept me from giving this 5 stars. Well worth the price though.
Pros: Super quiet, easy to assemble, temp readout, sturdy and comes with 3 fans and a quick removal front face for access to clean filters
Cons: tight fit for larger video cards, no USB 3.0 on case
Summary: Everybody seems to be unanimous by giving this case 3 stars. Overall a good bang for the buck, the fact that they include 3 fans alone makes this case worth it (figure 10$/fan minimum if you were to buy them separately). Used this to build a PC for my GF with my previous parts and let's just say that the build quality and cable management is not as good as with my aging Antec P182, but again, you get what you pay for.
Pros: Good-looking and nice feature set for the price, three 120mm fans included
Cons: No easy access to front fan filter, so-so instructions, USB 3 through-case "extensions" instead of USB header connection, EXTREMELY awkward/hard access to top fan, other minor design flaws
Summary: Spacious case for the price, great looking nothing too overwhelming so the design is easily customizable, had just enough space for 2x 12" cold cathodes + one small laser LED. -0.5 for not being tall enough to accommodate XSPC watercooling radiator inside, -0.5 the rubber holders at the back for the watercooling tubes looks good but keeps falling out when installing/no rubber padding for the holes in the case to hide the cables, -0.5 missing feet at the bottom when the...
Pros: Good spacing/holes for cable managment, Comes with decent LED fans, Decent looking, customizable, no overwhelming design, Temperature/fan controller cool interface
Cons: No space for mounting customized watercooling radiator, Otherwise just enough space for everything but not enough expandability, Front USB 3.0 not real ports from motherboard just two extentions from back, messy connection, Watercooling tube holders in the back not very well made
Summary: For the price you cant go wrong, i actually did a gaming build for a client with this case so check out my video in the link. Its okay for an entry level gamin case at the £30.00 price point, just what you would expect. Cable management is not great but manageable with some tie ends. How to build a gaming computer - Complete tutorial - Part 1 Components List and Preparing the case https://www.youtube.com/watch?