Joined on 06/22/21
Nice medium case
Pros: Plenty of 5-1/4"(3) & 3"(2) external bays. There are actually 4 of the 5-1/4 bays on the top but only 3 are accessible from the front, the very top one could be used to hold internal hard drive. Just enough room for a good midsize GPU, Can replace top fan with a single fan CPU cooler radiator. Bottom Vent for power supply and power supply is at bottom of case.
Cons: Only one front panel USB 3.0 side panel wire chase is very shallow. Needs room at the top for feeding cables threw there is no wire pass through from the back of case to top for CPU power ore to run fan nodes. No wire retention on side panel fore fans.
Overall Review: If you're looking for a smaller case with front bays to put USB, Optic HD-DVD drive and a 3-bay hot swap rack in this will work. I'm using this for my home theater to store my movies and play my music from and wanted a case that I could put these items into it. It has just enough room that I can put a good mid-size 4K graphic card that can handle multiple screens. If I can, I will update with photos as I build. This is my 3rd PC build out.
Perfect for my cheap acer computer
Pros: Small. Dose not need an outside power source, power from PCIe is all it needs. Can support up to 4 monitors displaying different screens at the same time or the same image on all for screens depending on how you have it set up in windows. I have it set to operate 3- 32" monitors at this time. Fast enough refresh rate to watch 4k movies on one screen (have not tried to watch on all three yet but have streamed a video on one screen while playing a movie on disk drive on another with no lock up. Needs only a PCIe 3.0 8X slot. Only takes up 1 bay slot
Cons: Only has HDMI out puts wish this card came in a 16 or 8 gb
Overall Review: It's small, but it delivers great quality graphics, I need a way to run 3 monitors from my small computer, it has a HDMI and a VGA built-in but when I tried one of them USB to HDMI converts it would not work, Did not have a lot of $$ so I saw this card and thought I'd give it a try, Its been steady worker giving me great clear screens with no jumping or static for over 6 months now. I just bout a second one for a new build I'm doing, I had bought a much more expensive GPU for it, but it crashed after 48 hours of use. just goes to show you higher price doesn't always equal better quality. Windows 10 did not recognize it on the first boot but needed to reboot and reload, after that it's been no trouble at all.