Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 3 out of 5 by sutt359 strange design
This product is a strange design, all the board ports come out of the top of the case unlike normally out the back.
Its supposed to have good cable management but found it hard fitting everything in with a modular psu.
The case does have plenty of room for expansion and cooling.
05 August 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by AndyRock A brilliant air cooling case
While not as aesthetically pleasing as other cases, it is brilliant at cooling my overclokced 2500K and GTX 660ti, and feels like you could fit a small mansion behind the motherboard and right side panel, this case provides excellent value for money, is extremely sturdy (although plastic is used a lot), and the rotated motherboard design is very convenient if you find yourself reaching blindly around the back often to plug in a different monitor or device.
11 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Random Supreme Greatness
Best case ever, period. The case fans are the best too.
Cooling is amazing and build quality is A+
28 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by John Just does what it says
None at the moment
23 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by steve Well designed case with plenty of room. I fitted hard drives into normal bays as they ran hot in the rear. Would be fine if you don't use your drives as much as i do,24/7. I have a H80i attached to the exhaust fan.
Two graphics cards(ATI and NVIDIA), the NVIDIA one runs 6 degrees cooler in this case running cuda.
Hard drive bay screws are a pain to get back in.
29 January 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Neil Looks the business, unique mounting for MOBO to increase airflow and excellent fans top and bottom. Can be a little fiddly to work in but it just looks great and keeps things cool without too much noise.
Found it impossible to fit a watercooler (Corsair H200) as the fan internal fan mounts on the drive cages, have these stupid little nodules on them. Coulldn't be bothered to dremel them off so left it air cooled (which works fine)
Also, becuase the MOBO is mounted at a right angle, you may have dificulty with standard cables (or right-angle cables) and getting them to fit. A trip to your local shop or purchasing additional cables of varying length is a must.
29 June 2012