Pros: almost big enough, instead of all 140mms in the front and back, depnding on cooling you might need some 120mm instead. light weight but solid.
Cons: almost big enough, instead of all 140mms in the front and back, depnding on cooling you might need some 120mm instead. light weight but solid.
2x 140mm fans in the front are doable easy, but I didn't want dual blue LED's in front
so I have the top front 140mm blue and the bottom is basic 140mm (black).
the top part is where it got interesting..
top front can't be a 140mm fan if you have your optical drive in the top 5.25' bay,
has to be a 120mm because it will block the optical from seating correctly and flush.
the back top fan can't be a 140mm if mounting a H60 or H80 rad in the back slot.
the length again of the 140mm fan will block install of this configurations as well.
so to counter this I swapped the fan controller in the top 5.25 bay
and the optical is now in bay #2, the 140mm top/front stays.
currently back on air so I'm using a 140mm fan in the back/front as well
but I did have to use the 120mm fan in the back/front when closed looped / rad.
side fans not need to blow on GPU's, unit runs cool and aftermarket coolers on hardware anyways.
no fan slot on the bottom next to PSU but I'm cool, no big deal, case has feet..
for me 2 x 2.5" drives and 3.5" drive for OS and storage so the caddy was nice.
ATX board with SLi set-up fits perfectly, case is a keeper. I have the non-windowed version.