Originally Posted by Darkice
how do you know have you used the case?
Maybe it does cool well?
No but I've built dozens of computers and changed the cases on my 5 systems repeatedly.
Air intake is the most important part of air cooling. Exhaust fans can only pull so much air from inside a case (unless they are screamers). Without cooler, fresh air coming in from somewhere, the warm air just shifts around the components.
I wouldn't want to put a crossfire or SLI setup in a case like that.
For example, my current setup with the Cosmos S:
I have 4x120mm intake fans and 4x120 exhaust fans. plus a 200mm door fan.
On putting the door back on, I forgot to plug in the power connector for the 200mm fan. My video cards temps went up 8c, and chipset temps almost 10c. Bear in mind, this is while I still have 4 quite strong antec fans pulling air in. Even one intake fan can make a big difference.