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Beautiful case! Incredibly pretty to look at, and makes cable management very easy. The jagged front face is not as jagged as it looks in the pictures. In reality, when there isn't direct light on the face, it looks flat. The glass side is crystal clear. Overall, this is a very well thought out case that looks very elegant and well worth the price.
I fit in an MSI Tomahawk (ATX) into this case along with a Sapphire RX 580 special edition graphics card. There is a good amount of space between the front fan and the graphics card.
The case comes with two fans. The fans are silent under normal load. There are several easy to remove dust filters. However, the back of the case has a pattern of holes that does not have a dust filter. So not sure why this was done. The case has an air vent on the PSU shroud. So the PSU can be fitted to suck air from inside the case rather than from under the case. I personally prefer this configuration.
The power button and the reset button are of great quality. They have a firm, consistent feel when pressed.
Here are some drawbacks:
-- The case is beautiful enough that you would want to keep this on the desk. But the front panel ports and buttons are on top of the case. This is not ideal as I cannot even see the top of case from where I sit if the case is on the desk.
-- The one thing I hated about this case is mounting the cpu fan for an AM4 socket (Ryzen 5). The back panel in the case that is supposed to hold the cpu fan is just loose and moving about when the case is made to lie on its side. I had to improvise and use some cardboard to keep it pressed towards the case so that I could screw in the CPU fan. This is very inconvenient. It is hard for me to describe, but you'll know what I mean when you try it. I am quite certain I did not miss anything. But maybe I am wrong!
Karteek Sreenivasaiah, Hyderabad