Gaming PC Case

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Extra Large, Large, Medium, Small

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Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Red, Yellow

10 reviews for Gaming PC Case

  1. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    The case does require a bit more advanced PC building experience. Fits most components just fine, however cable routing will need to be “creative” Some zip ties, some double sided taped tie down mounts do the trick.

    In the pics I don’t have the top fan/radiator mount attached but once installed, my ID-Cooling tower clears it just fine. could install a 120mm upper fan for extra exhaust or intake if wanted.

    You’ll see I changed the front. The glass panel while nice does restrict 60-70% of the fan making air intake difficult and louder than it should be. I popped the panel off (held with double-sided adhesive) and then removed the bottom mesh and replaced it with a 10″ Subwoofer grill cover (used tape and some clear silicone adhesive).

    Obviously I can’t go back to the original layout, but I have full open airflow and I think looks just as good.

    system specs:

    R5 5600 cpu
    RX7600 gpu
    16gb DDR4
    512gb SSD
    1TB HDD
    650w power supply

    if ambient room temp is 25C , idle for the cpu hovers around 28-30C with full load peaking at 60C
    the gpu will sit at 32C idle no fans and ramp up to 77C full load and around 70% fan speed

    it’s possible to get more air for the gpu by modding the slits on the upper and lower existing cutouts but we’ll see if it’s actually needed.

    I’d get this case again and I’d recommend it to those wanting something with some unique flair.

  2. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    This full height tower is simply Stunning. It is beautiful in design and engineering! Super value for all the features…

  3. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    I got 3 aRGB fans and a controller for basically the same price as the non-RGB version. I added 3×140 fans to the front and moved the 3x12o to the top and rear. The built-in controller handles all 6 fans and allows a single MB connection for the fan and aRGB connectors. I use my MB’s software to control the fans and has worked perfectly, with all 6 synced as expected. I have the CPU fan on its own aRGB connection just for ease of cable management.

    The cable routing area is sufficient, though it does get crowded, especially since I am using the HDD cage and the sleeved extension cables. It does all fit and no issues closing back panel.

    One item I did not realize it had is a full connector adapter for the individual hdd/pwr/reset/ etc. connectors. You take the individual connectors and insert them into the adapter in the correct location. the advantage is you can do this outside the case where it is much easier to see, then then route the connector where you want it and make a single connection to the MB. I did not see this in the reviews of the non-RGB version, but it is a very nice addition which I expect will become standard.

    The glass is very nice and thicker than most which I’m sure help with noise somewhat, but definitely provides a true quality feel. It is easily removed and has captive thumb screws, another nice addition that should be standard, but for some reason is not. The dust filters are great and easily accessed, though the top filter sure could use a small tab or similar to make it easier to grab. The location of the Pwr button and USBs on top is not ideal, but no complaints as I did know that when I ordered.

    Overall, I’m very happy with this case from the look of it, included accessories, air flow, and build-ability.

  4. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    I was hesitating due to the double tempered glass panels, but decided to get it anyway. Overall, it seems like a good case so far. I ordered 3 more 140 mm case fans for the top exhaust. I did a 10 min Cinebench R23 stress test, and the CPU temps were stable at 83.6 degrees. I also ran Unigine Valley for 20 mins, my vertical mount GPU temps maxed out at 68.6 degrees. This is essentially the same as when I had it mounted the traditional way.

    Pros:
    Looks nice, vertical mount option, good cable management, easy disassembly, I like the dust filters and good airflow.

    Cons:
    Still cautious of the dual tempered glass, need to be careful carrying it, the front face plate feels like it will come off when carrying it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    John Doe

    I had a full tower Lian li case and looked like a mid tower next to this. As others mention the built in temp sensor/display is not plug and play. However I have an aio cpu cooler with a temp display so no big loss. The front end of the case is a bit weird but kinda neat it. The psu blocks one of the wire/cable routing paths. As for other wire/cable management it’s really nice if your not a good cable manager such as myself the panels can hide all of the horrid crisscrossed cables. I didn’t see a dedicated spot for a fan hub but you should be able to run 6-7 fans without one. Kinda overkill for a case but it’s certainly solid. It’s very awkward to pickup however, make sure not to grab the front as a handle because it will come off.

  6. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    This case is just a solid all around case. I’ve been building custom PCs since 1998 and have probably built closer to 1000 total. And this case is just easy to build in. Quality is solid. The 420mm support is great the use of 140mm fans is great more air flow lower noise. Cable management is great. The attention to detail is there. My only complaint is the rear side. While it has 2 panels to hide wires if you have an aio and wires come through the top middle it can be a pain to hide them. However the glass is tinted enough they are hard to see. But the rear 2.5 ssd mounts are in the perfect position I slapped a few tforce rgb ssds in. Just a slick touch. Used this build in our son’s pc and paired so nicely with his Asus rog strix card

  7. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    Well thought and spaced properly for modern builds. Airflow is also top notch but cable management and the overall layout is so well designed that I believe is one of the best modern cases.

  8. 4 out of 5

    John Doe

    Great case to build in. Plenty of space, MSI RX 6800 in the image with loads of space if water cooling.
    Cable channels have plenty of room and the covers mean you don’t have to be good for it to look good. Only downside with the case is there’s no vertical GPU mount . Not a deal breaker but would have been nice. PS if you see any video reviews of the case and they mention it comes with a fan hub, well it doesn’t.

  9. 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    Top !!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    John Doe

    Case feels sturdy plus the rgb lights work great


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