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– November 6, 2018
I was looking for something smaller and affordable to transplant my microATX system into from an old Antec 900 that provided decent air flow for my 4790k and RX 580 and I settled on the Q300L TUF edition. There is decent room in the back for cable management but I suggest going with a modular power supply to save the space that’s there. I have an older Corsair CX750 that isn’t modular and I am having a tough time closing the back cover completely and I don’t have any room in back for my RGB controlller and all of the wiring. This is definitely a great case for the money, though. The modular structure and customization options are hard to beat with other manufacturers.
– January 1, 2019
Absolutely love how this case and build came together. Plenty of room for a simple build, and I love the option of moving the power/usb’s around rather than them always having to stay in the same place. SSD installs are clean, love that the case doesn’t have a big stack of metal in the front for HDD, but keeps the HDD hidden behind the back panel which still leaves plenty of room for extra cord. The power supply gets installed securely with a bracket in the case, and is installed a little further into the case to allow for a nice handle on the bottom backside of the case. Overall this case is WELL WORTH the small amount they are asking for. I have built with cases that cost 3x as much that don’t make as much sense as this case did. Beautifully built.
– January 13, 2019
I had some old parts laying around and my son wanted a gaming computer. So, I went around looking for a case to stuff all this stuff into that was nice looking and quality. He was given the following:Intel G4600Asus B250M-K8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2133XFX RX560 4GBWe were just using parts that were laying around and acquired from friends, so we don’t have anything fancy here or any crazy RGB lighting or color schemes. Just a budget-minded micro-atx build for a budget case.The design on the dust filters is pretty nice, it’s not fooling anyone and you can tell it’s just a design on a filter, but it does a good job of looking the part and appearing more exquisite than it is. The dust filters cover the top, front, and the bottom of the case and are simply attached by magnets. It’s so easy to pop them off and clean them, literally in seconds. It’s a very refreshing change to most cases with poorly designed and hard to access dust filters.Airflow is amazing. The entire case is open on the exterior and the only thing covering the holes is the dust filters. A front mounted radiator would work great for water-cooling. You could also mount smaller radiators on the bottom or rear. In my particular case, I do not think I could get a 240 radiator to span the top without interfering with the CPU cooler, but a 120 would fit fine if positioned at the front.The USB ports on the side are a nice touch and can be positioned on any of the 4 sides of the case. The only hiccup with doing that is the wiring must follow the ports wherever they go. So, you have to plan ahead so the wiring doesn’t get in your way, for instance the wiring may block the mounting of a large radiator if positioned in the front.Wiring is easy and there is plenty of room to cram your cables out of view. I’m using a non-modular PSU and I was able to hide all the unused wires just fine. There are also nice spots to mount your drives on the backside of the case.The window is tinted and a little dark. I do not have any lighting in the case yet, but it’s difficult to see inside when there is not good lighting the room. I’ll definitely be adding a small light bar to bring it to life. If you have RGB fans and components though you should be fine. The window is not glass and thus it scratches easily. The tinted nature makes it hard to see the scratches at viewing distance though, but that’s just the nature of these windows. Unless you’re gonna drop money on a glass case it’s just something you have to live with.Another small little touch is you can stand the case up like you normally would, but they also included rubber feet on the back-side of the case. So, you can actually lay the case down flat if you wish and have the window facing up for everyone to view inside the case as they walk by.Honestly, I’m just really impressed for $40. It’s not made of gold or anything, but it’s just well designed and good quality for this price range. It’s also a nice looking case that would look nice anywhere in the house, even the girlfriend or wife won’t get mad if this is in the living room. I definitely plan on using it the next time I build a PC for a customer.
– May 19, 2019
I have two issues that nearly ruin this case for me, the holes for the 120mm fans are smaller than the standard size screws that come with all the fans. In order to mount the 120mm fans on anything but the back, you will need to drill the holes out larger. Oddly, the 140mm fan screw holes are the standardized size and should work ok for you without drilling.The other issue I’ve had with this case is the screens arrived bent and warped and I haven’t gotten them to return to normal. I think I’m going to try and return and replace it in the hope I’ll get one without the warped filter, but we’ll see.Overall, the case seems well made and high quality despite the price, so I don’t want to rate it 1 star, and the screw issue I can fix- but I know not everyone will have the tools needed to fix it, so this is a huge problem in my opinion, and I don’t know how more people haven’t mentioned it.Edit: Just got around to putting in the motherboard, I bought a micro atx motherboard but the triangle where the panel pops into place was too small. I did manage to pop it in but it’s now bowing across the back, and now that I’ve put the motherboard in the case the motherboard isn’t lining up with the plate, meaning I’m going to have to pop the plate out and not use it if I don’t change cases. I’m actually the most irritated about this, they’re a standard size and I already started one Amazon return/replacement. I don’t want to have to return the other two as well… that’s… a lot of returns.Anyways, now seeing this I can’t review it well. I was still willing to rate it 3 or 4 star despite the issues before, and I even swapped my plan on fans to still keep using this case, but gosh- these are standardized sizes and no one else mentioned theirs not working or the issue with the fans, and I just feel very, very, duped.I can no longer recommend this case to anyone. I really loved it at first, despite the smaller issues I had.
– June 6, 2019
Case is decent enough put together (remember you aren’t spending a ton of money on this guy). Fit a full size GTX 1080 TI and a Ryzen 7 2700x.Seen a lot of complaints about “no air-flow” and machines over-heating (even from ‘professional’ reviewers) and I think I’ve concluded they simply don’t know what they are doing. If you are building ATX, your PSU is going top / front of the case. You can then fit a 140 MM fan right below it as an intake fan. 120MM exhaust comes default on the back. Two intakes on the bottom, and two exhausts on the top. System temperatures are no different than when I built in my massive full tower.So if you know what you are doing, go ahead and build in this case. If you don’t…the full size and mid-towers are easily searchable on Amazon.
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