Solid budget case2/13/2020 2:38:57 PM

Pros: The tempered glass panel is better in this configuration than on the P400 series in my opinion. The case is a bit smaller than the P400 series that I used on my last build, I thought it would be a con but building in this case turned out better for this build. (Ryzen 5 3600, B450 Tomahawk max) The airflow appears to be solid with the mesh front.

Cons: Only one included fan, though I expect to replace stock fans with my own fans that are quieter. What is going on with the white light at the bottom of the tempered glass panel? I haven't tried to figure out how to disable it yet but it seems like a strange choice because it is so small and oddly placed.

Overall Review: I decided to go with the P300A because the P400 I used last time was well designed and very easy to build in. I would have used the same case again but sadly none were available. I was a little concerned because the dimensions of the case were just enough smaller that I would be very limited in the future if I wanted to add AIO's after a CPU upgrade. After getting the case, I see that open loop is sort of out of the question because of limited room for a res, but a 240 mm AIO would be a good fit.

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