( 4.7 Average / 13 Ratings )
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This case is absolutely stunning. It has a side panel that lets you see all of your components on the inside of the PC. Would definitely recommend. My only con is that it is quite expensive, so it's not for budget builders.
I actually bought the 660T first. The day the 600T was delivered I went online and found out that the new 760T was just released and man did it look gorgeous. I was first hesitant to send it back but a friend of mine actually gave me some advise that rather than regretting it forever, just return it and buy it.
Huge case and is really easy to wo k in. Looks amazing too. Missing some rubber mounts when I got mine though
Love this case. Super easy to work in and looks awesome. The two fans in front are LED and quiet. The case has a controller for them on the front panel. The case also has great air flow.
Tool-less SSD and HDD brackets were the best I've used in a build yet. Overall an easy to work with case with lots of cable routing options.
Great looking case with very good cable management options.The side panels are very easy to take off and put back on but feel a little flimsy and fragile. My previous case, CM Storm Trooper, felt more rugged. The large side panel looks awesome and is the reason I got this case.The tool-less SSD trays are a great option.
Has pretty much everything you can want out of case: Large to accommodate really any component, good airflow, cable management is easy. Did I mention it that it's just cool to look at!
Cable management could've been made easier with cable velcro and more cable grommets along the bottom and SSD mounts are a great idea, but poorly executed. Other than that, gorgeous case.
Microcenter had this "used" for 79.99... done, cable management, space, slots, and user friendly-ness is outstanding, and I would 8/8 buy again...
This tower is HUGE. lol. I wasn't expecting that, but it made building my PC REALLY easy. Like, kindergarten paste eater could do it easy. Being big is nice, but im going to have to add some LED's to make it look more full, and that's with a full ATX motherboard. If you're not going to use a custom liquid cooler or something, you don't really need this big a case.