Summary: Very good. Well done Corsair! I used this gaming case to build my first computer. Im impressed how big is inside. It have an excellent cable managment, a lot of storage for hard disk drives, and also enough space for a gaming size video card. I love the dust filter.
Summary: Having owned one of these for the last 2 years I would point-out to anyone interested that the clearance between the back of the drive bays and the right-hand panel is too small. This causes problems with SATA cables pressing against the side of the case.
Summary: Fantastic case! It's much larger than I expected, so I would measure first to make sure it will fit. It appears to be of very high quality, maybe some cheaper plastics in places but all in all very good build quality as you would expect from Corsair.
Summary: After realising my old setup was producing enough heat to boil a small lake, I took the plunge and bought a new case, with the intent to upgrade everything else over the course of the next few months.
Summary: Really specious and easy to plug anything you want on it. One thing I don't like on all modern Cases is that the PSU is always located at the bottom but as mentioned this is a global trend ...
Summary: Looks beautiful. The LED fans are cool, too but can be turned on/off as desired which is a plus. Spacious case, good airflow, space for extra fans on the side panel, great cable management. Recommended
Summary: This is a great PC case which makes building a home computer much easier than it used to be. I've been building my own PCs since the early 1990s although recently I've made a hobby out of taking other people's cast off bits and giving them a new lease of life with the help of Linux.