First thing I have to say is this case is designed for cable management. Anywhere there is a cable or wire there is a port to manage the cabling. All cabling runs through the back plate and nicely to its destination. The wire routing may have added a few extra minutes to assembling a PC but it is well worth it. No more than a half hour would be needed to completely assemble the case for a novice.
The two 200mm case fans have a nice white light emanating to showcase what is inside. With the window side of the case on the contents of the box are easily seen. This is not just a good look for the gamer but also elegant for other environments.
Corsair claims this is a full tower case in a mid-tower form. For a video card this sure is true. The default configuration for a video card of 12 inches can be installed. Half of the sectional hard drive cage can be removed to up this size to 18 inches.
There were a couple of small caveats that I had with the case. The speed control for the case fans came with four wires. These wires are male two pin with a three pin female connection. There does not seem to be a traditional three pin Molex connection. I decided to give the 1-800-222-4346 a call. The number had an automated answer that states, “You have entered an invalid telephone number.” The manual did not have directions for this feature. I suggest that Corsair should have this number checked and a little more directions on the power cabling of this case.
Corsair contacted me with1414in 48 hours by email with the solution for the fan that can be found here.