Rated 4 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by Burty101s Very Cheap Case but worth it
This case ticks all the right boxes, black interior, decent size, space for fans, USB3 etc...
Problem is, to get it this cheap quality suffers a little bit, panels are not completely flush, screw holes are "generally" in the right place and it doesn't have any kind of anti-vibration system for hard drives.
it is also old school "screws only" to put anything in as the quick lock systems it has are not the greatest.
All said and done though, considering it's price, it easily can be recommended for a budget gaming pc.
04 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Liam -Sleek, stylish design.
-Good cable management
-Found it extremely hard to fit the PSU in as the screws wouldn't line up
-You have to screw in your HDD. There are no trays.
-If you buy this case I would highly recommend buying another fan to fit on the back as My components were getting extremely hot and this helped immensely.
04 March 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Christian Cheap, lots of space for HDD, compared to other cases it's quite small considering it has space for 7 HDD + you can mount a SSD on the floor of the case.
PCI slots on the case are a bit pants once you take out a blanking panel because they are not screwed in you can't replace it. You have to bend it and snap the blanking panel off. Also they have small ridges on the back which means like me if you have a graphics card installed and want to insert a large HDMI cable you can't push it all the way home because of the ridges on the first blanking panel.
Instructions are a bit minimalist so you'd better know what you are doing and the front usb3 slot is terminated in an odd looking plug that I have never seen before and couldnt insert on my Mobo, so a bit useless for me.
10 January 2013