Plenty of room for larger components, allowing big graphics cards and more than 1 radiator for liquid-cooled setups. Sturdy construction. Cable management is painless thanks to included shroud. Power supply sleeve and dust filters are big pluses.
Window panel can scratch easily. Screw threading isn’t great, making it a pain to remove and replace screws. No front intake fans, a negative for air-cooled systems.
Very good ventilation and interior airflow. Preset brackets for motherboard installation. Sleek front panel design, and tinted side window showcases interior. Roomy interior holds plenty of components, including multiple drives.
Installing or removing front panels can be difficult. Included ports are USB 3.0 only. Larger power supply may be difficult to fit into this case.
Sturdy tower case with plenty of room for either liquid or air-cooled systems, yet short enough at 16" to fit under most desks. Cooling fans are more than adequate for most setups.
Front panel can pop off too quickly, putting attached wiring at risk. Motherboard screws are a pain to undo and replace.
Cooling fans run very quiet. Screws-free drive mounting, speeding up install. Plenty of tie-downs for cables.
Very little clearance for hard drives and their cables, and cable management overall is difficult. Interior LEDS are too bright. Only 2 USB ports. PCI slot covers are breakaway – can’t be put back on. Tends to rattle when fans are running.
Spacious and well-constructed with a unique stacked configuration. Motherboard is easy to access thanks to a removable tray. Very good airflow.
Bottom of case can be a cramped space to work in. Not all sizes of cooling fans will fit. No dust filters included. Cooling fans are just so-so.
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