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Pros: -Whisper Quiet System Fan (120mm) operation.
-Multiple Filters (Power Supply, Case Front, top and bottom).
-Multiple 3.5in (Hard Drive) holders & Multiple 2.5in holders.
-Front panel connectors, plenty of length and marked clearly.
-Feeder slots for cables.
-Optional top of case fan position.
-Bottom Power Supply installation, (with filter).
-Plenty of room to support multiple motherboard configurations.
-Overall outstanding case. Quality construction. Lot of thought put into making it a case the end user can put to use.
Cons: -Screw towers built into case does not offer a position for a ATX mid-tower motherboard. For example, GIGABYTE GA-Z77-HD3 has screw holes not supported in this case. They are common screw holes on the motherboard, that should be supported! Not a show stopper, just too common to be missed. Seems to have support for the micro ATX and full size ATX motherboards.
Other Thoughts: Overall, an outstanding case for the money. Will fit most needs and allows for alot of flexibility for multiple hard drives and true 2.5in products. I have recently purchased multiple units for build and used this case in conjunction to a RAIDMax ATX-295WBP. The Thermaltake beats it hands down. This case does come without a Power Supply and costs a tad more than the RAIDMax, but worth it. The Thermaltake Power Supply comes with a 3-year warranty, compared to the 1-year for the RAIDMax power supply.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well designed. Good Color. Layout is well done with power supply located at bottom for low center of gravity. Added feature of access ports that lead into the back of case, plus two fans, with locations for many more. Overall, it is a really good case, however.....
Cons: The cables coming off of the power supply are just too short. The sata cable needed for placing a DVD drive in the top bay of the case is unacceptable. It will just, just fit without even the tiniest of slack. It evens puts the connector on the back of the drive in a slight bind. It works, but I moved the drive to the 2nd slot. To operate without the bind means that the top bay is off limits.
Other Thoughts: I would buy the case againREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Pretty Color. Good price, though now I know why.....
Cons: Bad design as a ATX case. Once the motherboard is installed, it is not possible to install a DVD drive without it sticking out over the motherboard with limits its placement drastically, because of the DVD itself hitting critical components (Memory, CPU plug, etc.) on the motherboard. Also, for a case for today's variety of motherboards, it is a mystery as to why they do not offer it with the CPU Core voltage plug that is needed. I purchased a motherboard that was released in 2012 and this case does not support it. This motherboard (Gigabyte GA-Z77x-D3h) has a 8-pin CPU Core Voltage plug, but the power supply offered in this case only has 4-pins. I am seeking to return it.READ FULL REVIEW