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Friday, December 25, 2020
From: Sherwood Park AB
Looks great, easy to use rbg lighting that looks great! The black with the glass side looks good. Large open box let's air inside the case for easily. Even though it is a smaller case its got plenty of room for larger gpus
After having the case for about a month now, while there are 3 fans in the front the plastic cover in the front makes only one fan really useful. The front looks really good but it doesn't allow for full airflow. With the from on my cpu was running anywhere from 65* to 80* degrees c depending on the load. I have the stock ryzen 7 3700x cooler. I decided to try taking of the front just to see the results and now I've never seen my cpu go above 60 even with a heavy load...
While I really do love the design of the case and the look, anything more than average use will make your cpu hotter than it needs to be. 10-15 degrees hotter is not necessary. Running cooler is better for performance and longevity. While taking the front cover of doesn't bother me as I care more for performance and less about looks, I'm sure for most people the looks matter. This i would recommend a different case of you want both looks and performance.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
From: Quebec, Canada
* Dat look good * 4 fans included (3 RGB) * 2x USB3 front pannel * Pretty quiet even when gaming * Includes 2 SATA cables (1x straight and 1x 90 degree)
* I'm pretty new to making my own build, but I had to remove the HDD slots because I couldn't fit all the power cables * The 90 degree SATA cable is useless if you mount your SSD on the side of the case * Yes, it's quiet, but I'm not sure the air flow is optimal...?
My build (no overclocking) : * Intel Core i5-9600K 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor * Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler * MSI Z390-A PRO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard * Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory * Samsung 860 Evo 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive * EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB FTW3 ULTRA GAMING Video Card * Corsair SPEC-DELTA RGB ATX Mid Tower Case * EVGA 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply When I'm working * CPU runs at 40ish Celcius When I'm gaming * CPU runs at 70ish Celcius * GPU runs at 65ish Celcius A good case for the price if you want something basic
Monday, April 13, 2020
From: Edmonton South
Case has good mounting points. Comes with 4 120mm fans, three of them RGB. Overall look is very good. The smoked glass panel is a beauty and has easy to use thumb screws.
Poor airflow. Front fans are choked by the front cover. Tried removing it and temps were way better. Defeats the purpose of a front cover though.
If you’re in the market for a build that will sit atop your table, look-wise this is a gorgeous case. Acoustics’ great, the case muffles most of the fans’ noise. Due to poor airflow though, be prepared for higher temps.
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Great looks, good cable managementand rubber grommets that are not common in this price point.
Cooling is non existant in this case with the front cover on, on a non overclocked 9700k with a 240mm AIO it will run up to 70 celcius if you take the front cover off it runs at 38-42 celcius. Its too bad because its a great looking case but that is all for not if the only way to run it is without the front cover and then it looks terrible. Also THIS DOES NOT SUPPORT LIQUID COOLING IN THE TOP OF THE CASE it clearly states on the memory express website and Corsair website that this supports a 240mm radiator up top I have tried both the Cosrair 100i and EVGA CLC240 and neither is close to fitting without heavy case modification to move the radiator further out or it will not clear the RAM and Motherboard
Visually the case looks great, the smoked panel looks great with RGB Lighting behind it and the angled front panel is a winner on looks but there is no cooling functionality at all. If you are going to Air cool the small front vents will not provide enough airflow to keep the CPU cool. If you are going to use a AIO you will have to heavily modify the case and even still it wont get enough airflow through the intake to keep the fans on the AIO fed and the CPU cool. As for a custom water loop that is not a option with a case this size.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Has good mounting points, looks good and comes with four fans. Can fit a radiator as well.
Back panel can be a slight pain, otherwise none.
Good case, especially for its price. Got a Ryzen 2600x on a AIO in there. Couldn't really complain except for the back panel, even though I did cable management. Otherwise, great case for the price. Can be a tight fit for water cooling though.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Small size Price Good cable management for the size Tempered glass is nice option for the price
There are screw holes for 140 mm fans on the top. I don't think you would be able to use them due to clearance issues with the motherboard If there is a 240mm radiator installed, You would need to remove it to access ram. Front plastic bezel looks a bit cheap and cheezy fans included are 3 pin not 4 pin
Good option if you are looking for a small ATX case on a budget