( 4.0 Average / 20 Ratings )
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Good looking case. Pain to build in. I would not build in this case again.
Honestly, this thing isn't great. It looks good and does the job but I've had multiple issues with it. One, the layout is too weird. If using an ATX mobo, it'll be hard to plug in your 8 pin CPU power cord. The mobo sits right up against the top of the case so it's hard to plug it in. Also, because the mobo sits so high in the case, you can't use 2 fans or a 240mm (or more)radiator on top because the RAM gets in the way. And, it bends easily. It came bent in two places. I bent it back though. Also, the headphone and mic jack on the front doesn't work.
Looks real nice. On the outside... Cable management was made a nightmare due to horribly placed motherboard standoff placement, would have been a ton better if it had just an inch more room at the top. Three preinstalled fans was a plus. for $40 It's a nice beginners case
Great value considering it comes with two intake and one exhaust fan. The fans might not be top notch quality, but considering most cases at this price point come with one fan you can't beat it
The case looks good a bit flimsy not bad though, decent cable management but I think next time I get a case with a basement to clean up the look a little better.
The SPEC-03 look good and is cheap at the same time. It comes with 2 LED fans on the front (white/orange/red or blue. I chose white) and a black one on the back. I just wanted one with a side window so I can admire my work. As for cable management this case is not the best but it has lots of holes to run the wires through the back. It might have been easier if I got a modular power supply, but I manged to make it look neat anyway
Pretty confusing to work with at first. The tool-less drive cages is a nice addition. A pretty small case, so it fits well on my desk. Just about fits a 212X, and even a 1070 from Evga. My only issue was cable management. There is not nearly enough space at the back to manage cables. But it's a mid tower, what did I expect? :P
Was a last minute after deciding against a H230 (wouldn't recommend that) and was a good decision. It looked great (two white LED fans on front) and allowed for a 120mm AiO on the back (a H55 is on there now). The install wasn't hard but there was little room for cable management behind the motherboard plate.
The case wasn't well planned out, since the screws on the rad stick out slightly more than normal case fans, you couldn't shut the windowed-side panel so we had to cut to holes for the screws so we could close the case -_- Corsair's web site lists my rad as compatible with the case... they were also the manufactures of that water cooler (facepalm).