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Friday, January 1, 2021
By: Andrew C
-the sound deadening in the case is amazing, as it is in my design D. -air flow is amazing, with an 80mm on the back, and a 120 on the front this case had such a good push pull that you could stick a piece of paper to the side vent on the panel and it would hold. -super easy to work in, a little tight if you have big hands like myself, but was still a pleasant build experience. -build quality is nice, you can feel they used good materials, although there is a few spots where the metal is slightly flimsy.
-there is limited drive mounting options. I was only able to mount a sata ssd, and a 2gb spinning bucket of rust. m.2 will be needed to get the most storage possible -the case is spacious length wise, but an inch to narrow, basically you need a gpu where the power pins come from the rear of the card.
Ive built two systems in this case, one in a usb 2.0 version, and one in the 3.0 version. The first one impressed me so much, i bought a higher end fractal case for myself, which also did not disappoint, I honestly am just a big fan of this case, and will likely be buying another in the near future to put a small home server in.
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Good build quality. Good looking.
Very tight fit. Be prepared to grind about 1 cm of the HDD bracket away to let the board slides into place.
There is no way to slide an ASUS mATX board in. The fit is very tight and the HDD bracket is only 1 - 2 mm away from the edge of the board after it is slided into place. Whoever deigned this case has never physically installed a mATX board in this. The fit is so tight, I ended up having to grind part of the HDD bracket off to make room for the board to go in without breaking anything.
Friday, December 26, 2014
From: Vancouver, BC
Has everything you need to get started, dust filter, easy to connect everything
Strange way for mounting 2.5" HDD; power LED is too bright and blinds me when I walk by (had to put tape to cover it, but now I realize I can just disconnect the cable for it); my motherboard didn't have USB 3.0 connector for front-panel so I can't use the second USB slot now; front-panel for USB and audio/mic is located on the bottom-side of computer (would make more sense at the top).
Saturday, August 9, 2014