- SPEC-01 RED LED
ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
- USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
- USB 2.0 Type-A
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
414 mm / 16.299"
- 467 mm x 198 mm x 414 mm
- 18.386" x 7.795" x 16.299"
External 5.25" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 38.281 L
- 1.352 ft³
- 28 points
- 55 months ago
from completed build My (mediocre) first build
Great case with plenty of space for what I want, looks the part with the window on the side.
- 28 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build Casey's First Build
Not a bad case for the price (which was free for me, because Micro Center accidentally gave me a full refund). Motherboard was tough to get in, and cord management was a challenge (would've been much problematic for someone with bigger hands). I also had a heck of a time getting the side panel back on. I do like the minimalist design and the window, though. Overall, I can't say that I recommend it for a first-time builder, but if you pick your parts carefully or if you aren't someone who cares about cable management (get outta here!!), it will probably work fine. Finally, be warned that it only comes with one 120mm case fan.
- 26 points
- 54 months ago
from completed build Hol' - First Ever Build (Budget of roughly £450) AKA "Murphy's Law"
Like many others I have mixed feeling on this case. So I won't faff about, I'm starting with the problems, things you need to bear in mind when building, things that could make your life difficult (especially if you're a first time builder); Only 1cm of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management & zero to no space at the top of the case, this will lead to problems if you ever want to run a cable such as CPU power through after you've mounted the mobo. The PCI mount at the back of the case is a bad design, there's a reason most case manufacturers use the design they do on the inside of the case, this makes inserting your GPU(s) more complicated than it needs to be. Okay, that's enough complaints, Pros; The case has good airflow, its quiet with the right configuration of fans and cooling. Looks cool, the window in the left side of the case provides a good view to all the juicy innards of your machine. Dust filters on the front fan placings & PSU intake (on bottom of case). Plenty of space inside, drive trays & slots to run wires through & ITS CHEAP(try and get it for under £40)! Relatively so, anyway. Probably the largest selling point of this case. Just be wary, a good case makes a BIG difference
- 24 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build Mech- $500 Build
Dope looking case! Needs more cable room in the back tho.
- 23 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build The Executioner
Case: I hated this damn thing. Dont get it. Very little space, cable management sucks, everything just is horrible. If i rebuilt this, I would go for a fractal case.
- 21 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build Office/Gaming PC Build
It's an alright case, I mean it looks great, stock fan is surprisingly quite but there is no rubber grips on the bottom and cable management is terrible! (Had to place a towel below the case so It doesn't move everywhere).
- 21 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Dean's Zen 2 waiting room PC
No complaints. Don't know what the other reviews say about bad cable management, as long as you think your cable routes ahead its a breeze.
- 20 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build First (Albeit Temporary) PC Build - Fighting Computer Prototype (OUTDATED)
A really good case for the price, although the front panels a bit of a pain. I bought this to replace the Core X9 I won in a giveaway since that case was too big for my liking.
- 19 points
- 61 months ago
from completed build Red Robin (First time builder)
I kinda have mixed feelings about this case. On one hand, I love the look of it. It matches my setup perfectly, with the red LED fan and case lights matching my keyboard and mouse to the tee, I'm more than proud displaying it on my desk. However, before I bought this I'd seen plenty of reviews warning first time builders against it, informing them of the wiring nightmare that it can be. Being of that demographic, I can definitely stand behind that, wiring was most definitely the most difficult part of this build. On top of that, the hardware that is provided with the case only includes a single extra brass standoff when in reality you need two extra if you don't wanna endure a massive headache to mount a micro ATX MB. The fan can be kinda loud sometimes but its worth it. Overall it is a great looking case, something I'm glad to keep on my dorm room desk and show off but it is a hassle to make it work.
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