( 5.0 Average / 2 Ratings )
As a veteran computer engineer, this is hands down my favorite PC case that is not labeled Apple Power Mac G5. Actually, I think I like it far and way more innovative than the 10 year old Apple case because it leverages the laws of thermodynamics and physics to allow positive airflow through heat rising from the components out of the top of the case by turning the motherboard 90 degrees to the top and pointing all of the exhaust normally pulled by fans out the back from the top of the case. Genius! Apple's tread here before with the fanless convection cooled iMac of 2001 and the Power Mac G4 Cube of the same year, but this is made special it being the first PC case that accepts standard size components. This case forces good cable management upon you which will soak up extra time to complete a build with it. Can't rave enough about it.