( 4.3 Average / 7 Ratings )
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Beautiful, sturdy, clean, spacious, and beginner friendly. A genuinely well thought out case. The strengths of this case far outweigh the minor flaws and it is definitely a strong competitor to the Phanteks P400 & Enthoo Pro M, NZXT S340, Fractal Define S and other cases found at the 70$ price point.
What a dream to work in. Cable management was quite easy, there are plenty of tie-down points and routing holes for cables. I wish that there were grommets for the routing holes, but costs have to be cut somewhere. There are many options as to where you can mount an SSD, which I think is a nice touch. The basement for the power supply is lovely and helps hide all the PSU cables; a great addition for a budget case. I haven't worked in many cases, but this is the best one I've worked in so far, and sets the bar for budget cases. 10/10 has all the features someone would want in their first PC. Can't recommend enough.
This is an easy to build in fully featured case. It is easy to see that cable management was well thought out with dozens of tie down slots all over, large cutouts, and plenty of room behind the motherboard.
I generally liked the PSU shroud as it helped with cleaner look, but since it was open ended it didn't completely keep cables out of sight.
Holy cow where do I start,
Amazing looks, great cable management, just amazing.
But, 240mm coolers where a little confusing to install, but me and my dad figured it out ;)
I would recommend this case to anyone who asks
Solid case wasn't to difficult to work in, but not as roomy as I expected and propobly inferior to other cases at its budget.
Definitely a great case. Not the best for the price.
Wish it had a mesh front panel instead of tightly-spaced glossy plastic. Has PSU Shroud but only one dust filter. I also wish it had a cable management shroud like the S340 but meh.