( 3.1 Average / 7 Ratings )
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I like this case but the cable management options aren't too great and it was built in a funny way where the HD bays are put in with the fins kind of sticking out from the hardware-less sliders. Also, the side window has slits in it that are proving to be a problem now with my cats rubbing their tales past it and messing with the fans. The front part comes off too easy as well. Don't get me wrong, it is a great case but it is far from top of the line. I will be upgrading from this later but will surely be keeping this for a lower end build.
3 stars for being very visual and eye-catching. Also the removable 5.25 bay covers (clips) are super helpful. Don't get me wrong based off of the 3-of-5 rating. It's a great case, "BUT" the inner workings and frame inside the case make it difficult in certain areas to fit standard size things like 120mm fans, or mount radiator(s). It does come with 1 front 120mm (green l.e.d.) case fan (which took me forever to figure out how to remove).
Good starter case, but unless you actually measure out the internal distances, you might be in for a rude surprise when you try to put a piece of hardware in, and can't.
Very solid, but I want a Razer tower with the glass window.
So, I got this free off a friend, so I understand this isn't completely the best way to leave a review, buuuuuuuuut, I'm not the best person so here goes. It does what I need it to do, that's about it. The drive sleds do NOT fit correctly and half the time, neither do the sides, there's an entire lack of screws (I got it unused from said friend), like come on, I know 4 will hold my mother board, but I move it around a lot, and any flex could damage it, which this, mind you, is not the most sturdy case. C'mon Apevia, I've seen you do better. And for an almost 60 dollar case, I do expect a bit more.