Rated 3 out of 5 by 1
Rated 3 out of 5 by PrimalTundra Small. Really Small.
To start with, the construction of this case is actually pretty good. It's mostly metal, with only the front panel being made out of plastic. The plastic used seems pretty durable.
The front panel is fully meshed and can fit 2 120mm fans. The downside being that you have to install inside the main area of the case, which drastically reduces the already small space for any GPUs.
Prior to installing a Motherboard, I was unable to fit a reference GTX 580 inside the chassis; after fitting the fans and motherboard, I struggled to fit a smaller TwinFrozr III HD7850. I was resigned to removing the lower of my two front fans.
Furthermore, there is a lot of I/O on the front of this case, which means there is also a lot of cables, and nowhere to tidily route them for the most part.
After building, airflow is nice, with only one fan in the front and one in the rear, temps are fairly low even using a stock cooler on an A10-7700 APU. The case is small enough to fit inside my TV cabinet with ease and makes a nice, aesthetically-pleasing addition to my living room.
Overall, if you want a HTPC, or maybe an entry-level gaming PC, I would recommend this case. It's a great price for the quality. Just make sure you get a Modular Power Supply. You'll thank me later.
(As for GPUs fitting in this case, a GTX750 Ti like this one:
Or an R7 360 like this one:
Would fit nicely. Out of the two, get the Nvidia or look for an R7 260X.)
05 November 2015