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darkFlash Water Square 5 Black ATX Mid-Tower Desktop Computer Gaming Case USB 3.0 Ports Acrylic Windows with 3pcs LED Fans Pre-Installed

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  • HONEYCOMB DESIGN: The honeycomb design and tempered glass material is well combined at the front panel to achieve an impressive gaming style for gamers, especially in PC build with RGB accessories.

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Anonymous
2/ 5
Very SMALL 2/8/2020 3:47:41 PM

Overall Review: It looks way bigger in the photos. There are practically NO screws in this case. If you have a 850w power supply, you cannot get this case, it wont fit. Everything is NAILED in so you can’t remove anything to fit it in. (Like the power power supply shroud).

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3/ 5
Pretty, cheap, BUT SMALL AND ANNOYING 8/28/2019 3:03:23 PM

Pros: - Beautiful when powered on.
- Small (which is preferable for narrow spaces)

Cons: - Not very intuitive for installation at all. Cramped spaces. Got a hard drive? Forget the brackets. You'll have to screw them in, but it's really hard to get to each little nook and cranny to ensure a seamless install (and I say that as a female with small hands!)
- Requires magic in terms of how to thread each wire so that it doesn't get caught or cause bulging at the sides.
- Can't figure out if I broke the PCI slot cover section or if it was meant to be snapped

Overall Review: I like this case aesthetically; it's really beautiful. However, I worry for the next time I actually have to take it apart to fix something. You have to remove both panels (the clear panel needs to be unscrewed from the front; I'm so used to thumbscrews on the side that this was super confusing for me). The paper that comes with it doesn't really tell me anything new; the last computer I built was 5 years ago which had USB 3.0 and the paper addressed nothing but how to install both the USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 wires, which is already a pretty straightforward task in itself. What about the weird counter-intuitive way you have to insert the hard drives? Or the way the PSU just so naturally has to have the wires threaded perfectly carefully so that it's not an eyesore and doesn't bulge out of the back? Heck, I couldn't even access that paper initially because it was inside the case and there were no thumbscrews (which usually is a mandatory piece of consideration for me when it comes to looking for cases to buy). I also struggled with PCI card installation, as that part of the case has a strange unnecessary bracket that you remove, which then leads to the actual section with the PCI cards, and which seems like an unnecessary extra step and not particularly cost effective (I still don't understand why that piece of metal which is layered on needs to be there). As for the actual PCI slot covers, are the pieces of metal supposed to be snapped off?! Or are they removable? Because one of mine had to be removed and it snapped, so I guess I either broke my case or it was designed that way. Well, at least I had an extra slot cover from my old case that I used for the one other gap in the case that was already there when I unboxed the thing.

I still never got my motherboard completely affixed to the case, but that's normal for all cases; this one in particular just felt too tight to even work around. My other case is really not that much bigger though, and the was still plenty of room to work within. I can already foretell my future frustration when having to replace a computer part and not knowing how on earth I installed everything. For now, I'm happy it's up and running, because it was such a pain to put together.

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Anonymous
3/ 5
Decent but tight 8/2/2019 11:52:30 AM

Pros: Pretty
Good quality fans; quiet and cool
Good construction quality

Cons: PSU area too small
Molex connectors on fans
No RGB control on fans
No rear fan
Very tight for cables

Overall Review: I got this case for an upgrade of my current mid-tower. Overall the case is solid, and well designed, but a bit tight in many ways. There isn't a lot of space for the PSU (Corsair 650 modular), or the braided cables commonly in use. The placement of the SSD mounting areas is problematic because of the wiring spaces. The area behind the mobo is too narrow and its a logic puzzle to get all the power cables to the right places without a giant bulge in the back plate. Overall, if they made this about 5% bigger in all dimensions, it would be perfect. Front fans use molex power and I can't see a way to control the RGB. Button shown in the details is actually a reset button, both by label and by function.

I'd love to get a slightly bigger version with tempered glass rather than acrylic.

FYI I'm using a full ATX mobo, 2HDD, 1SSD, GeForce 960.

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5/ 5
I have not purchased this yet but I was curious if it came with a mouse and keyboard? 6/20/2019 1:10:31 PM

Pros: Hi

Cons: Hi

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