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Brianna from Calgary AB writes:
- -Cheap and certainly value for the dollar -Nice color scheme and durability. Takes a beating -Decently sound-proofed. Note that a "silent" edition does exist, but the base model seems to be decent (not the greatest mind you), but sufficient enough to mask fans.
- -Somewhat cramped interior. -Un-removable front bays. -Cpu cooler high is restrictive at 150mm. (Has comparability issues with Hyper212 \ tall coolers)* -Cable management support is "meh" *Supposedly, the Hyper212 will fit due to the side panel poking out a bit, it will probably be cutting it real close though. Something smaller like the HyperT2 or even a basic AIO would guarantee a fit.
- Here is where i am going to be honest with you. If you have the money to up yourself into the next tier of cases ($99+), you probably are going to want to do that. ESPECIALLY for power-builds. This case is budget and i would not consider it sufficient enough for huge builds. It gets too cramped with the un-removable bays and airflow is frankly questionable. That said, if your doing a more basic build or need an entry level case, you cant go wrong with the 100R. Beyond that i would say no.
John Remedy from Surrey, BC writes:
- Straight forward basic case
- Open top mesh allows dust to enter
- Buy filters or add fans to the top mesh
Good first PC build case
SKT Faker from Winnipeg writes:
- Nice design and looks. Cheap and durable.