Summary: it does what it says, there are a few things I really didn't like and it isnt mentioned in the description either. The fact that the usb 3.0 front panel connector does not have the 20 pin adapter, it just has standard usb 3.0 connectors which I had to then order for an extra £6.
Summary: Awesome well built case, Bought this for my first PC build back in june. I purchased it with the Thermaltake hamburg 530w PSU which is also really good. Got plenty of space inside there too. CPU:Fx6300 GPU: Asus GTX660 Ram:8GB Mobo:MSI 970a-g43.
Summary: I was looking for a case as I was building my own custom pc. I came across this one and liked it immediately. I am very happy I did so. the only two things to take note of are that the product dimensions in the listing are not accurate. the case is smaller than the dimensions specified.
Summary: Good tower, spacious and room to tuck the power cables behind the back panel, Only issues I have is with my Asus motherboard, the RAM is on the top, therefore I can't have a cooling fan on top to keep things cool, thats the only downside to it otherwise it's a great tower looks good too
Pros: Its a sturdy case. Plenty of room for fans. Not much else to say other than it's a case that gets the job done.
Cons: The front USB 3.0 is not actually a 3.0 header to connect to your motherboard, its a long USB cable that you route to the back of the case and plug it into the back of the motherboard, which is the most stupidest thing I have every heard of.
Summary: I enjoyed this case for when I was a beginner with building my own PC. As I upgraded I noticed this case is extremely small. If you want to have an organized PC from the inside, I wouldn't recommend it, but if you're new and thinks it looks cool(which it does) then you should!