Well I was tired of tearing down a case every time I upgrade components. So this was a perfect fit motherboard lays flat great cable managements and hot swap for 3.5 hdd. It can accommodate 2.5 but you have to screw them on to the tray. So in my case I just bought an Icy Dock 2.5 ssd x4 to 5.25 bay backplane. So now I can have true tooless hot swap off all bays. Case is sturdy and rigid does not feel cheap. Only note is that the case comes with 2 120mm fan that you cant control speed on so I recommend you buy aftermarket fans. Plenty of room to install water cooling kit. Overall best case for the buck.
Which is great as I have an Asus Micro motherboard. The Star Tech 630 watt power supply I bought at Overstock will work with the case better than the case I have since the power supply is to be installed at the bottom giving more fan potential than the 8 available space noted for the case. Heat rises; Which is nice since it can rise to the right side of the case where two fans can be mounted and on top where two more fans can be mounted. The side you can't see on the right side of the case is important where two fans can be installed because hard drives create heat, too. The case is lightweight and the design is incredible.
If you are considering buying this case, realize that it is the size of a mini fridge. It is huge. Pros: Plenty of space for any modding that you could think up. Extended graphics cards have plenty of room to stretch out. Fans in the side door are your standard 120mm fans. The pictures make them look smaller. There is a good inch or so of space on the flip side of the case to hide cables. Should not have any issues there. Cons: Weight could be an issue for some people. Empty, this case weighs 60lbs. Depending on how it is filled could easily push the weight factor to 80-90lbs. There is only one fan in the top portion of the case, yet there are three spaces for fans. You will need two more fans in order to maximize this space. Other than that, the case is sleek, spacious, awesome, and the imagination would almost have no boundaries. I would recommend sleeving the cables that are part of the case as there are plenty, otherwise you could end up with a rats nest in no time.
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