- SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower
- 2 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB2.0
- 5 Fans installed, support up to 10 Fans
- 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
- 6 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
- 8 Expansion Slots
- $64.99 –
- Save: $35.00 (35%)
- $44.99 after $20.00 rebate card
- Free Shipping (restrictions apply)
Highly Satisfactory Computer Case 02/22/2014
- Sleek design
- Nice and big with plenty of room inside
- Keeps your computer cool
- Plenty of room for aftermarket cooling
- Pretty lights -eyes sparkle-
- Minor issue with with the case as it arrived, but was quickly resolved by Newegg
This is a great case, and not just for the price. I've seen plenty of cases in my time, and I've personally never been a huge fan of the ridiculously colored/designed cases. If that's to your taste, by all means get one and enjoy it, but if you're looking for something sleek and simple, this is the case for you.
It's plenty roomy inside for anything you want to put inside, allows for easy cabling, and the tool-less design lets you easily swap parts out as needed. The fan (and slots) let you keep everything cool without making too much noise.
I did have a minor issue with the case when I first got it, though - the front panel was damaged. Newegg paid for me to ship it back and shipped me a new one for free, so it worked out well.
One thing, though - don't be stupid about your hard drive installation. For some stupid reason, I decided to try to plug in the SATA cables in the more open side (left) of the case, but that is WRONG. You're supposed to wire the cables around the back of the drives and plug them in from the back (right) side of the case. I'm sure most people realize this on their own, but I was an idiot when I put mine in and I broke a SATA cable, so hopefully I can save someone else form doing so. :P
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