Bought this cabinet to sit a build i was using for a hypervisor, the build consisted of 5 x "3.5 drives. The build spec on the site states it supports this and it does, however the included rail for mounting the drives only supports 4 drives, to use 5 drives one of them needs to be mounted to the case on the right hand side you can see 4 holes for it on the side of the case. This can be an issue because the drive can potentially obstruct PCIE slots from being used. My AUS X99 USB 3.1 Pro board has lost it's 4th PCIE slot because of this! The fans that come with it use the white 4 pin Molex connectors
Don't have any issue. Case is great. Delivery was fast and reasonable.
This is an excellent case for the purpose I bought it which was to build a PC for streaming via VMix or OBS. I have fitted a fairly sizable GPU plus additional capture cards for various HDMI sources such as cameras, laptops and a WIFI card. I needed a case with plenty of room for these expansion cards to breathe. This case has a surprising amount of space available and the components stay nice and cool even when tested under load.. As I was not using the case for a server application, I required speed control over the fans so replaced the supplied ones with Noctua 8mm fans. As you can see from the photos I have left out the structural beam as this case will be mounted in a foam lined shock mount flight case so the extra stiffener will only add weight. The case looks very sleek and stylish. A hint of RBG is visible through the front filter area. The build was very straightforward as there is plenty of space to work in. As a server case there is nowhere behind the motherboard to tidy away your cables but you have to live with that in this type of enclosure. A really well constructed and laid out case I have no hesitation in recommending.
I needed a case for my Unraid server which had to fit into a small 19" cabinet (450mm deep) and this was just perfect. I managed to install full size ATX, GFX, PSU and CPU fans without any real space issues. I have only managed to fit in 3 x 3.5" HDDs and a 2.5" SSD with full size components but could easily add lots more SSD drives if required. Build quality is very good, feels sturdy and plenty of holes for different boards sizes/HDDs, etc. Something to be aware of: the standard case fans (80mm) are not temperature controlled - just dumb molex powered - so it can be quite noisy if you are using this case in a quieter area.
Bought this case for my rack-case fantastic depth and extremely spacious that supports full size atx, full size psu and full size gpu. Very sleek looking and cheapest price I could find for anything like that.