( 4.3 Average / 3 Ratings )
I bought this case while waiting for the Dan Case A4 to become readily available to the public, and for the price it is pretty sweet!
Construction feels good, it is very small overall and can fit in a large backpack, and it looks great aesthetically. I replaced the cheesy side panel window with some metal mesh and it helped a lot.
A bit hard to build in and airflow is not excellent, which keeps me from giving it 5 stars - but it is a fun project to make everything work in the case. That's part of the fun I suppose!
Pain in the *** to assemble/disassemble but a fun challenge nonetheless. Cooling could be better if there was some kind of intake in the front. I put a slim 120mm fan in the top vent, and also removed the plexiglass window in favor of some metal mesh to improve the cooling.
One of the smaller cases for under $100.00, and looks great. Can fit bigger GPU if you want.
I only have one gripe about this case, and that is the build quality isn't top notch. The aluminum panels are sharp and a bit rough. They scratch easily. The side window is a bit of an afterthought. But all that is OK, because the case is less than $60. BUT, I'd be willing to pay $100 for nicer materials and some more thoughtful design.
Everything else about this case is wonderful. I love the configuration & layout which allows for an ITX board and video card without the use of a riser, AND most of all, the case fits a 160mm tall heatsink. I love that I can fit a full size GPU in here. It doesn't fit all big GPUs, so one still must be careful when making a selection.
I have this case stuffed, and it feels great that there isn't much wasted space in this box.