Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by jbana Mid range indeed
Bought It this weekend and found a few issues :
There is only 5 hdd converter and you cannot fit any without them, but sadly it's the same for front fans. so choose either HDD or fans.
You can fit a fan under the hard-disk on the other side of the converter used for HDD.
You can only fit a 120 mm fan.
I wouldn't really trust the easy fix system but use the screw provided.
Beside this love the design, the fact the psu is under and the large amount of grids, tests so far look cooler all around for cpu/gpu.
10 November 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Whitemouse Not the best case
By no means is this the worst case you can buy, but it's definitely a "middling" case.
The front ports are good, but the "mesh" panels are definitely not the best put together and if you put in a few fans this can be very noisy. It's good for the price.
27 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Edward Looks elegant, loads of possibilities for adding fans. Absolutely loads of screws and fittings supplied, including cable ties. No sharp edges. Swing-out plastic feet. Loads of capacity for hdds - most with external access possibilities. Despite the criticisms below, you know what you are getting with a cheap case.
Tool-less is a joke, they aren't tight enough - use the screws. Metal is thin, dents easily. The i/o shield hole is marginally too small. Screws supplied for psu are too short, as the case has a big thick sound deadening gasket in the way. Only one external USB is 3.0, other is 2 only. All disk mounts are for CD/DVD size devices, but plenty of plastic adaptors supplied for 3.5" HDD - although tool-less clamps impossible to use with them.
24 December 2012