- USB, Audio Front IO Ports
- Come with 2 Fans
- Support Up to 4 Fans
Stylish, inexpensive, reasonably well built.
It's been several weeks since I built this system, and honestly I can't recall one hiccup I encountered during the build. I did laugh at the rolled corners (intended to prevent sharp edges), because some of the rolled corners left their own exposed sharp edges.
Honestly I don't care about sharp edges-- I don't make it a habit of sliding my hands across the case while I build computers. I tend to use a screwdriver and a little common sense, but I digress.
The case looks fantastic. Similar aesthetics to the HP cheapies and such you buy from Wal - Mart but with its own "custom" look. Buttons press well, fit and finish are decent, no real complaints which is a huge plus for a budget case.
Sure the material is thin, but I knew that it would be going in. Toss your mobo, optical drive and hard disk in there and it stiffens right up and feels like a real PC.
For the price you can't beat it, that's the bottom line.
I threw an old Pentium D 2.8ghz with 4gb RAM, halfway modern video card and SSD in this and made a hell of a workstation. 5+ years old platform with a few upgrades and runs Autocad 2013, and all the other productivity apps with ease.
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