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Tuesday, January 12, 2021
From: Winnipeg, MB
-Great cooling fan mounting options and airflow -Very nice 2.5" drive mounting locations -Magnetic air filters are nice -Price
-Very flimsy construction -3.5" drive bays poorly located -Poor power supply mounting configuration -The 120mm exhaust fan that is included is very low rpm and low cfm.
The power supply mounts inside a tube at the bottom which is very tight for space and makes it very difficult to route the cables, especially for modular power supplies which need more room for the connectors that attach to the psu itself. It was a nightmare trying to install my modular power supply and get all the cabling in place. If the tube was not there and the psu was open to the rest of the case, there would be no issue. The 3.5" drive bays are also at the bottom right in front of the power supply and are only accessible from the right side panel (when you're facing the front). For the power connector, I needed to use an additional modular peripheral cable for this location because there is no way for the 3.5" drives to share a power cable with the 2.5" and 5.25" drives. The 3.5" drives should be accessible from the left side like the other drives. The sheet metal on this chassis is also very flimsy. You have to be careful when lifting it with the side panels removed or you can easily bend the metal. I've never seen a PC case made of such soft steel (and that's in 20+ years of PC building). On the positive side, the cooling options available for this case are impressive. You can mount seven 120mm fans! Three on the front, two on the top, one at the back, and one on the left side panel. I used one intake in the front and one exhaust in the back, and the airflow through the case is very good. There are also magnetic air filters on the top and the side which is a nice touch. The psu fan vent on the bottom also comes with an air filter, but it is not magnetic and tends to come loose easily if you're not careful when lifting the case. The weaknesses of this case are not that surprising considering the low price. Once the PC is put together, it's fine, but overall I would not recommend this case.
Monday, March 9, 2020
From: Vancouver, BC
+ The case is light-weight and not flimsy; + easy to install 3.5" and 2.5" drives in cage near the PSU cage; + almost all graphic card sizes can be used; + it has removable dust mesh w/ magnetic locking; + easy to install up to 5 fans + the existing rear fan; + quiet with no vibration; + it has good air flow with three fan; + the case stands on 3/4" high legs so the airflow at the bottom is great; + they provide plenty of screw hardware, 10x cable ties.
- little bit tight cable arrangement.behind the MoBo; - manual is not very informative.
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 MSI B450 Tomahawk Max G Skill 16 Gb Ram Nvidia RTX 2060 500 Gb SSD 2 Tb HDD
Thursday, January 30, 2020
From: Edmonton West
Easy to use, no fuss. Basic and not flashy, some may see this as a drawback, but not if using as HTPC / Light Gaming. Great positioning available for cooling options
Cable management, can route through back, but tight squeeze to zip tie it all in and get side panel back on. Easier if you use 90 degree sata cable, due to placement of hdd bay. Manual is next to useless.
45 years old and first case and PC I put together(scrapwars style) and this case made it fairly simple.
Thursday, December 5, 2019
- Sturdy - Lots of space for big GFX - Good price - Bay Area for HDD and SSD easy to mount.
- Don't expect RGB - Cable management can get a bit tight. - Only 2 bays for HDD / SSD
Was a good buy. looks cool and simple. Has 3 front USB (one is 3.0).