Very easy to order fast delivery easy payment only thing would recommend they put instructions inside apart from that i would highly recommend!
Very good, everything was good including delivery times
+Delivery was fast to Finland, well packaged. Very sturdy steel. Case was very easy to assemble. +Great quality materials, good fit for assembly, only one screw hole was misaglined. +Pre installed motherboard fittings was good, perfect fit for Gigabyte GA-H110-D3A motherboard. +Enough space for two PSU:s and cables. +Great air flow through case when using powerful 120mm fans -Not enough space for newer GPU:s. In my case, there will not be enough room for 6 RTX3080. Will try fit 5 when last ones arrives. -When using large GPU:s with power connectors on the top of the cards, even in lowest gpu mounting points power cables need to be bended 90degrees and cables still touches lid.
Quick international delivery, well packaged. Very sturdy steel. Easy assembly, however screws are not magnetic, so be careful and don't drop them when switching out graphics cards. I am using the Minestation 1 not for its intended purpose, but instead as a project box/workstation for Blender, so I need both a relatively powerful CPU and a number of powerful GPUs. The case is more compact than you think, and because of the components I used, I encountered several clearance issues you have to work around: - CPU air tower coolers will take up at least half of your GPU space - CPU water coolers will take less space, but the tubing will still interfere with the rightmost GPU slots. The fan screw spacing on the front and back panels are also not ideal for radiators, but you can at least mount half of a 240 rad. - Using PCIe x16 risers is tight, but doable if you cable-manage everything with ties. It would be much easier if the graphics card mounting rails were not offset to the back and instead were right above the PCIe slots, so the flat stiff riser cables would not need to be twisted, which would require the mainboard to be moved a few cm towards the middle of the case as well as to the right. However... - The mainboard and PSU are very close together already. All my boards have side mounted SATA ports which are inaccessible if you mount the PSU in the left bay. The right bay is better, but it would be ideal if the PSU was simply rotated 90 degrees and stood upright. - My GPU power connectors are on the top of the cards, and the lid will only close if I use the lowest possible mounting point. This may seem like a long list, but honestly this is one of the best cases for my use case I have come across. Thermal performance is excellent, noise is very low, even with a ton of fans. And if I look at the price, I will happily work around these issues. Wish list: - vertical PSU mount - another set of screwholes in the bottom plate to reposition the mainboard - a reusable cover for the PSU hole if you use the right bay - ferrous screws
Excellent chassis for a multi GPU build - my m/board restricted me to x 4 GPUs, but these (double width) fitted with plenty of space for airflow, with 2 spare GPU positions.