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Other Thoughts: Picked up this case about 5 months ago for around 50$
Used it to build an AMD 6300 build
Case is fairly strong, and I love the black/while color scheme
Window is great, though smaller then I expected, but no biggie
A coupe of things,
1. Technically thermal take does not say you can mount a fan on the side panel, but I had no trouble at all mounting my 120mm cooler master fan. I did have to use spacers because depending on the fan, if you mount a fan right up next to the vent holes, when the fan is on it creates an odd noise from all the wind turbulence. So i used some 0.5" spacers and works like a charm.
2. Cable management is ehh, just okay, not the best, but they do give you some room to work with, I was able to manage mine, and I have a Corsair CX600, non-modular.
3. You might have problems mounting after market cooling solutions due to the case not having that big of a square hole in the motherboard plate. With my Motherboard (Gigabyte 970-ud3) I had to cut out more of the hole to mount my Coolermaster hyper 212 evo.
4. For all that would like to know, yes the coolermaster hyper 212 evo fits about perfectly in this case, the only down fall I happened upon was once I mounted the cooler, I could see there is very little clearance to mount fans on the top of the case
In closing, great case for the money, I love the styling and it can hold very long Gpu's, it fits my (Gigabyte 11.5" AMD 270X) graphics card just fine.