Pros: Air space, The amount of fans that can be used, GPU card allowance, Supports some 200mm fans at the front
Cons: People may not like the fact of how large this case actually is, the restrcion for any case fan you put on the front of the case due to the chassis
I'm doing this review based on my first impressions. I will attempt to do a continuation once I'm able to do a build with this case.
First off I purchased this case for two reasons. 1. I like the idea of cube cases. 2. It was only 39.99 From Newegg from Rosewill.
First off looking at the case, I can tell you that it does seem quite big (if you are looking for a true Mini-Itx form factor build I'd suggest against this case)
It supports two 120mm or 140mm fans at the front, two 120mm or 140mm fans at the top, 120 or 140mm at the back near the motherboard platform, and then a 120mm below the motherboard platform near the hard drive bays.
The front panel is held on with magnets.
On display side there is a small viewing window, that only show the top portion where the motherboard/GPU depending on what your configuration is.
Size Comparison of this case
Compared to the 600t
Compared to the 540 air
Unboxing of the case (Click to show)The Actual Case (Click to show)