JASON: Does the h100i Fit in this case. As in radiator on top and fans underneath.
Baggerz140HD: Where can i buy this case, i cannot find it anywhere, Newegg doesn't sell
it no more :(
Øystein Andersen: Angry Linus saves the day.
D3ck3rCain: How deep is it Diane?
Kevin L: Any case can be disassemble but you don't have to fully disassemble the
whole case, just use Klean strip paint remover to remove the red paint, use
painter tape to cover the other area where u don't want to repaint.
Kazzran: This is a nice case. Simple two tone color scheme. Subtle, simple design.
Minimal silly LEDs. This might be my future PC case.
XionEternum: I never said push-pull for the top, but I really should've specified so my
bad. As to the point about "no w/o modding" since when is that a bad thing?
Get a damn Dremel and live a little! I don't care if it's riveted, that's
never stopped me. I'll still be checking it out on my own to see what I can
do with it; I want a personal Intel build anyway for craps & giggles. I
also hope you actually have one, or you're likely talking out your arse
about that bottom mount for the HHD cage.
MrCubanCrusader: Where can i buy this case ?
Brolivia Wilde: colors would go great with AMD's video cards, lots of good features but the
actual design of it is kinda 'meh'
kemle: that are some long inches you got there joanne...
MarioDragon: He'll be back.
Germas369: I want it
Knight Templar: Damn this thing's ugly.
GrimChaos44: It looks like an msi case O_o
damnibroc31: I like how she rubs the case me so horny .lol
medumdum: This case looks cool but for the same price i would prefer a coolermaster
haf xm. Same cholor scheme, but better airflow, support for E-ATX mobos,
and i prefer the looks of it.
plutomok: its flimsy (you can hear the thing sheet metal), poor choice of materials.
tacky, for $125? no thanks
Aint1S: It's a nice case from someone new to me... It's a pretty smart case from a
newcomer & it usually takes them a while to have anything worth mentioning.
Could've been a bit smarter with the cage and allowed water up front. If it
can fit a 220 rad up there, it barely can...
Joel Ashin: finally they painted the walls ! those white walls were boring and dirty :/
Pavan Singh: I liked it up til the point they showed that bright blue USB 3 cable, would
have been nicer if it were black, especially cos it has a window
² GotRice? © |Baked|: you can think of it as 25/100 or 125/1000
Gianni Adduci: This case looks pretty solid, not bad
PHprof: Really, huh, I'll have to rewrite those textbook I use for teaching now.
Thanks for enlightening me.
teeblack06: Already have a Storm Trooper and Phantom 630 so im good
noticalmonkey: Wish it came with some bigger fans or some fans on the top... Some LEDs
would be very nice as well just to save from having to buy them myself. I
think the nzxt phantom is better
undefinablereasoning: Joanne has a reflection.. so she's not a vampire... good.. good. :P
darci480: fuking nice case
SevveGaming: I smell a new gaming rig build :)
Ahmedooy: huge case looks cool
Josh L: Hey more power to you and your 61 asian brethren.
Red Smith: Great case, better presenter. Very nice!
PCHCP: oh yea, Joanna tell me more ;)
spartan11719931: wow!!! nice nails!!
lMagicHD: most eatx boards will fit in atx cases
zachariah535: I have the black Thermaltake Level 10 GT case, and this one seems like a
direct knock off of it. A couple people wondered about other dust filters,
well the thermaltake has four removable. It is well with the extra money!
ultimafen: It seems you just know a few cases. First of all don't get me wrong, Antec
Lanboy Air is a nice case, but an air optimized case, natively only
supports a 240 rad on top but if you put it outside the case. 2nd you don't
need caselabs for a good native WC support, for example: NZXT Switch 810,
native top 360 rad, 60mm thick in push, bottom 240 rad 80mm push pull; NZXT
Phantom 820 or the 630; AzzA Genesis 9000. Not to mention Coolermaster,
Corsair, Xigmatek, Bitfenix, Aerocool and lots more.
Venom Emperor: Kind of hit and miss for me, colors on cables and PCBs need to be fixed but
otherwise the build quality and overall appearance look quite decent.
momen Mazhar: Nice Case !
sami m: the cables are colour coded it helps poeple to know what is what!
Jay Martyn Tiplady: she failed to mention you can mount 2 140mm fans on the top of the case...
Austin Montiel: Smart. Didn't think of it like that.
TheMostAwsomeCrap: i like the design in a certain way
mysticode: CFI = Case Fans Included
ultimafen: By your logic this hole thing is just stupid, a normal thickness (60mm) 360
rad is entry level right?, this case cant support that. the ones that i
mentioned can and have room for 2-3 Rads natively. Yes a small % had
support a 2-3 years ago, but now there are lots of cases that have native
support, and those are the ones peoples are buying for their gaming cases,
the ones well known from popular brands. Im done here because i dont like
to get into log discussions, they usually end in a fight.
ArcherChristifori: This things a beast of a case. While I like doors for appearance I find
that they are always hinged on the wrong side for my setup. Summer is here,
the lady is tanned. [sigh]
Hakumisoso: y cyberpower? Y u no build?
Y2Knuked: I don't like Joanne, she does the review too quickly and skips a lot of
Jello Bean: Things i like about this case: -Flexible HDD cage -Plenty of USB in the
front I/O Things i hate about this case: - Hideous looking (IMO), not
entirely simple or complicated, just a mix between both. - The front door
pops in and out on the wrong side, the window is on the left side of the
case, and the door also open on the left side, what is that all about? -
The front door also has a noisy clicking sound. Do i have to listen to this
sound every time I insert a disk or use my fan controller?
super4hash2bros0: She said 24.9 inches DEEP