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. The SSD mount is in the wrong place as it is stuck to the bottom and you will have cabling issues because of the position of the SSD (I had to leave it a little loose so it would sit higher).
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. The other thin is that the front USB 3.0 port has to be connected to a port on the back panel instead of directly tpo the motherboard.
Summary: Looks good ... but be VERY careful with the plastic front .. brittle and breaks easily >> but knowing that beforehand damage can be prevented. Still a good looking case .. thinkin' about getting a black one.
This case is great. It has lots of prefab mounts for 12" ...
Jason Sorensen, Amazon
16 July 2014
Summary: This case is great. It has lots of prefab mounts for 12" fans. I was able to get a sealed water CPU cooler in but only the single size. The double sized radiator wouldn't fit. There wasn't clearance between it and the RAM. The audio plugs on the front are just mounted on a plastic crossbeam so they flex when you plug in headphones, mics, or USBs. I'll probably add a strip of metal to reinforce it, but Thermaltake should have done that for us.