For the TL;DR Attention Deficit folks:
This is an excellent case for older or smaller component build outs. Cable management is great and air flow is more than adequate for modest builds.
I'm becoming more and more of a fanboy of NZXT cases. Overall, they are well designed, good looking, well made, with clean cable management and adequate cooling. This particular case is the smaller sibling of the H710i case, which I recently used for a high-end photo/video editing rig. Both cases are wonderful.
- Tool-less case access
- No sharp corners ;-)
- Excellent cable routing
- Roomy enough for an ATX MB with all the trimmings, including modern, reasonably large GPU's
- Reasonably quiet
- Reasonably adequate cooling
- Not a huge fan of the "buttons and ports on top of the case" design
- Limited room for radiators / AIO coolers - these can only be installed in the front
- Limited support for fans (120/140 mm on the top, 120 mm on the rear, and dual 140/120's or an AIO radiator in the front)
I used this case to rebuild a 4-year old setup that I had (crazily...) first installed in one of those gargantuan tower cases thinking I'd be using it for hot-swapping drives. Turns out, I didn't. That case was like having a great Dane in an efficiency apartment. It seemed like a good idea at the time...
Anyway, I tore that system down, cleaned things up and gave everything a good dusting, and rebuilt it in this case. I'm using an old NVidia Quadro K2200 GPU and an AMD FX-8300 3.3 GHz 8-core CPU, which is air-cooled. CPU temps are running consistently in the low 20's C under light loads and the GPU driving a 2K 24" monitor runs in the upper 30's C. Notably, the GPU is the old style single-height, so it doesn't inhibit air flow through the case to any great extent. I'm mostly using this to scan old slides into Adobe LR.
The build was easy, installation was mostly painless, and the case is not ugly. I wouldn't consider it eye candy, but it's not hard to look at and, with proper fans, it's quiet enough to set up in the living room and not irritate the rest of the family.
So, I can recommend this without hesitation as long as you're not trying to stuff too much stuff into it. Keep the components small and you should have a happy build. If you're planning on the really big build stuff: large GPU's, water cooling, half a dozen 140 mm case fans or more, etc. - you'll want to go with something larger and more roomy.
Hope this helps!
|商品尺寸||51 x 27.51 x 50.8 cm; 8.16 公斤|