- SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower
- 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x e-SATA
- 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Supports Up to 5 Fans
- 4 External Drive Bays
- 6 Internal Drive Bays
- 7 Expansion Slots
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Okay at best 10/03/2012
Red LED fan in the front.
Nice black finish inside and out
fits everything inside of it.
Good for a average build
Good for $40
liquid cooling holes
The metal isnt very strong but that shouldnt be an issue unless youre testing it by throwing it down stairs or beating it with a hammer when you die in a game.
There really is not much room for cable management at all.
You actually have to physically break out the drive bays yourself and the PCI slots. So what you really have to do is take a screw driver or something hard and just beat on the part you want to come out. Took a while and was very annoying. You cant put them back on either. If you get this case youll understand what im talking about.
It fits atx mobo sort of. all the holes for screws in my motherboard didnt have a hole on the case to go into.
USB didnt work.
Other than the issues which really werent alot at all. Its a good case for a budget build. But honestly if i could go back in time i would have forked over the extra $40 to get the Cooler Master Storm Scout. In my opinion that case is really one awesome case and i will be getting that case before 2013. But this case is what you see is what you get. Dont expect something special. When its all said and done this case isnt too bad.
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