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Pros: Good construction quality.
Plenty of room for a mid-tower.
Lots of room for cable management behind the back panel.
Enough room for a 2x SLI set up with modern 11.5' cards.
The peaked "attic" above the metal case frame is great for 120mm cooling solutions.
Attractive design that isn't over-the-top.
Fan mounts galore for a case this size.
Cons: Plastic bits are kinda flimsy.
Power button is prone to getting stuck due to its angled design with the necessary press depth vs. the depth of the plastic surrounding it.
Fingerprints! - Build your rig, clean it, and never touch it without gloves again! :)
Could use the fan control dock from the NZXT H440 instead of individual cables.
Other Thoughts: This case has lots of pros, and a few nitpicking cons. Overall, this is a well thought out, attractive design with a good price point for a mid-tower gaming case. For a single or dual GPU setup that doesn't need a custom liquid cooling setup, this is the one for you!
Side note - Despite what the literature says, this case WILL fit a 140mm NZXT Kraken X40 with a full ATX MB but only in a single fan configuration, not with a push/pull dual fan. The only acceptable location (that I found with 1 1/2 hours of fiddling) is to put the radiator inside the case at the top mount nearest to the front panel. Then move both top fans to the "attic" of the case in whatever config you like (I keep both of mine in pull). It's a bit louder this way, but it keeps my 4770K at 60C with BF4 settings all at the ultra/high.
This review is from: Rosewill - 15.6" Notebook Computer Backpack - Model RMBP-11001
Pros: -Understated, but high quality.
-Comparable to cases that cost twice as much.
Cons: -Can't think of a single con. Really.
Other Thoughts: Heaps of room for my notebook and peripherals, a change of clothes, office junk, and lunch. Quick release tightening straps work well. Shoulder strap padding is sufficient for my tank of a notebook (my Lotus is nearly 7 lbs). Couldn't be happier with this case!READ FULL REVIEW