( 5.0 Average / 2 Ratings )
I am quite impressed with this case, taking into account this is the first case with which I have any experience. I did encounter a "problem" during this build. After making all of the connections, the USB 2.0 ports on the top panel were not recognized by the system. Long story short, the USB 2.0 cable was pinched between the top cover and the top of the case chassis. I am unsure if this was an intentional placement of the cable for some reason, or if it was lack of quality control. Either way, "problem" resolved.
This case comes with five 120mm blue LED fans installed. The rear exhaust fan is controlled directly by the motherboard. The two top exhaust fans and the two front intake fans are controlled by their own separate three-position, (Low-Stop-High), fan-controllers on the top-panel. This case has room for one external 5.25-inch drive, four internal 3.5-inch drives, or five internal 2.5-inch drives. The case can accommodate motherboards up to ATX size. There are two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports on the top panel for easy access. Of course, there are connections for headphone, microphone, LEDs for power and HDD activity, a "Reset" button, and SD and TF (Micro-SD?) ports, too. I have to keep reminding myself that this is a $60 case. Maximum video card length is 15.43-inches.
I ordered an optical drive; don't judge me. I play a lot of old games that are disk-based with some even requiring the disk remain in the drive during gameplay.
This case looks amazing, I knew I needed something with a side window to show off all my lights. I love the 5 LED fans it comes with, the control panel on top with all the USB and SD card ports, and very spacious