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Sunday, February 7, 2021
From: Vancouver BC
Air flow cable management cut outs flexibility
Rear case space, but manageable
Built an office pc based on this case. 2 120mm fans in front and one exhaust at back. Has super good air flow for$50! A small but great feature, it has zip tie points above the motherboard so you can tie down fan wires etc instead of them hanging loose Used a non modular PSU and had no problems! Overall a great buy for micro office builds. would recommend!
Monday, July 1, 2019
By: Brad S
- Very light - Front I/O is not connected to the front panel but to the front top of the case making removal of the front panel very easy. - Airflow seems to be acceptable (only one 3pin rear 120mm fan supplied, I threw in 4pin front and rear 120mm fans)
- An mATX motherboard will block the primary cutouts for cables. Unless you have a power supply with thin ribbon-type cables, it's pretty much impossible to use cutouts immediately around the motherboard. Even then, use of the "90 degree" cutouts would still be difficult, especially for the 24pin (the motherboard tray is 'recessed' such that there are 90 degree cutouts for cable routing). You'd need to ensure you route the cables through before installing the motherboard. - No markings for location of mATX motherboard standoffs - have to position board inside the case to sort out where to put them (also nothing in the very non-detailed little motherboard booklet provided)
Sometimes you do get what you pay for. This is a terrible case for cable routing. I had to rework routing multiple times as my intended routing just wouldnt work. My mATX motherboard (ASRock B450M Pro4 - I dont believe it is an abnormal size) covered cutouts that would have enabled standard cable placement and management. Nearly unable to install a 2.5" SSD drive in part because of that. The price is just not worth the hassle that I had to go through with this case.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
From: Edmonton South
Price, somewhat modular (can remove hdd mount), can somewhat cable manage
Small, not much space for non-modular power supplies, full-length graphics cards are tight!
Decent well priced tiny case with good airflow. Holds all the parts (eventually).
Saturday, January 20, 2018
-Cheap. -Good for beginners -Simple, nothing too flashy but all very functional. -Good cable management options (im using an evga Supernova 550gs) so you might have a different experience. -Built in psu air filter which seems to work pretty good.
None that are really notable, the metal on the side of the case got a little dent one time when I traveled with it but that's probably my fault for not securing my Pc down but even the dent didn't effect anything and I was able to push it out and pretty much smooth it by hand.
This was my first computer that I've built, so this review is from a new Pc builders perspective, my overall thoughts on the case is that it's great and there's nothing more I could really ask of it for the amazing cost.
Friday, November 25, 2016
A cheap case
Starts to hum due to hard drive vibrations Wide and long graphics cards will have a hard time fitting past the ssd mount plate
A decent enough case, particularly for the money. But, I would have rather spent twice the price I paid and got a case that would comfortably fit my graphics card (msi rx470) and avoid the hdd hum that it develops.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Cheap - $35 after price match and Mail In Rebate. Good cooling options - 2x front 120 2x top 120, 1x rear 120 (included). Bottom PSU placement with dedicated intake and filter. Moved most components from an old CoolerMaster Elite 330 and the fans barely spin anymore (The 330 was a wind tunnel). Dual 2.5" SSD mounting options are nice.
Cheap construction, not great cable management options, sharp edges. Only 2x 3.5" bays (but if you need more, why are you buying mATX?)
Good overall case, quite happy with it.
Saturday, January 2, 2016
- Compact size - Motherboard fit well
- DVD drive slams into RAM, they did not leave enough space between the motherboard and the edge of the dvd drive - Forcing the DVD drive in was a bit difficult, very narrow case
Be careful buying this as you may have difficulty fitting your DVD drive in with the motherboard due to sizing constraints. You are likely to have the back of the DVD drive bump into the RAM.