Joined on 05/22/07
Pros: -Very good looking case -Solid construction and great quality -Plenty of fans -Cable management is nice
Cons: -The removable hard drive tray takes up a good bit of room, I had to fit a GTX280 in the case and it was almost right up against it. I took the drive tray out and bought a thermaltake icage(sold separately) to place farther up and it worked out perfectly for the graphics card and hard drive.
Great, small case
Pros: 1. Variable mount places for 2.5/3.5 devices (which are needed) 2. Full size GPU support 3. Full size ATX PSU support
Cons: No cons
Overall Review: I was impressed this case was able to fit a 5.25 OD, a 2.5 SSD, a push/pull H80i, 2 sticks of RAM, and a Gigabyte Windforce GTX 970. It is all very cramped, but cable management can be achieved. The 2.5 mount under the 5.25 bay is not usable with the radiator from the H80i, but that is fine, as the mount on the bottom of the case near the MB works great. Looking towards the front of the box, I had to have the radiator mounted with the pipes running from the left to avoid conflicts with other devices. With a full size ATX PSU, I would not recommend a 5.25 OD, as there is almost no room, but you can make it work. Don't overtighten fan shrouds with the h80i, the fan will rub the shroud (I usually am not prone to overtightening). It didn't look like the Windforce GTX 970 would fit, since the backplate is so long. The backplate support actually rests against the radiator at the front of the case. Supposedly Gigabyte is coming out with a GTX 970 for mini itx very soon (Nov 2014). I will probably be making the switch and re-purposing my current one in my larger rig. System: EVGA Z87 Stinger Mini ITX Intel Core i5 4670K Corsair H80i, push/pull configuration Gigabyte Windforce GTX 970 EVGA 750W Supernova PSU 16 GB DDR3-2400 G-Skill 500 GB Samsung EVO SSD 5.25" Pioneer BD/R
Pros: 1. Excellent cooling of CPU 2. Pretty easy installation
Cons: Nothing significant
Overall Review: Keeps my Core i5 2500k idling around 32 C in an 80 F room. If you have the previous generation Antec Nine Hundred case, it will not allow enough clearance to mount the optional side fan. I found the installation pretty easy, very pleased.