( 4.8 Average / 11 Ratings )
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-Comes with 2 fans
-Easy to build in
Cons - Very Minor/Picky Issues
-Clearance issue with cooler master 240mm aio in the front and Storage Cage
-Cable clearance with the back panel makes the replacement of the back panel a squeeze.
Nice look, quite tricky to do cable management.
A solid budget-oriented case. Comes with two LED fans and dust filters so dust doesn't get inside.
beautiful case. May be hard to add custom water cooling, but it was easy to install and looks great with leds. hiding cords is a little difficult but possible
This is a great case to build in. It is professional but also modern. There is space for six fans and even supports water cooling. I wish it came with a rear fan but for the price I couldn't complain. It was easy to work in and was completely tool-less.
My only complaint would be the space for cable management. I struggled a bit to get all my cables to fit in the back panel and for it to shut easily. It was my first build so that might just be my lack of experience.
This case really is a great budget case, was wonderful to work in I’m proud that this case is the case for my new gaming rig.
Good case with plenty of airflow room for a radiator if it's needed in the future and a nice side window to admire your build.
The complaints :
The cable management could be better, it's not bad but a few more tie-down places would be appreciated but its definitely very workable.
Rubber grommets for the cable pass through would have been nice
A psu shroud would really make this case shine and clean up the inside.
Note apparently the side window scratches easily.
Pros: Value! // Cons: Tricky cable management
Very sleek, amazing airflow, great for overlocking. Nearly every face has some opening for airflow. You can run your CPU to very high numbers while still keeping it relatively cool, even with the stock cooler. I noticed while building that the front fans are only 3 pin, while my motherboard has 4 pin outputs for case fans. Probably because I'm new, I thought this was wrong but I plugged them in anyway and they work normally.