Joined on 06/01/12
Great for the builder who likes space and options.
Pros: - HUGE - Lint filters - Large fans with stunning LEDs that run quiet - versatility - price(got on sale for $100 USD) - somewhat tooless and easy to take apart - manages wires with ease and comes with locking beaded zip ties so you can reuse them whenever you upgrade or move things around - removable drive bays and the ability to mount your hard drive on outside of the motherboard mounting panel giving you even more room and less clutter for cooling purposes - huge window to show off the innards of the beast
Cons: - there is a large hole in the back of the top panel that it meant for better grip to remove the panel however it bypasses the lint filter on top. I covered it with black electrical tape and that sufficed - The mobo speaker it came with was damaged. Not that I'd dock an egg for this and that I have like 50 of those guys lying around but they did put it in with the hardware which is an awful idea. - not completely toolless as they advertise but that's to be expected. - mesh exterior a little tough to keep clean, I suggest using compressed air or a vacuum
Overall Review: I've had this case for about 2 months now And I absolute love it. I applaud Thermaltake, this is by far the most user friendly case I've ever owned and it has so much potential. A few thing to consider before buying this case however: - it's big and you better measure your space accordingly - the power button and USB ports are on top so make sure you account for that in your measurements and with controllers wireless is best - with the power button being on top if you have a cat or raccoon in your house who like to climb they will accidentally turn your PC off. I learned that the hard way. - For the USB 3.0 ports you will need a 20pin connection on your mobo, if you don't have it you can always get an adapter to make them USB 2.0 Overall i say 10/10 would buy again and reccomend.