( 4.2 Average / 8 Ratings )
The Corsair Crystal looks amazing. Although it is a fingerprint magnet I love the looks and style it brings to my desk. Tempered glass is absolutely perfect for PC cases if you are careful and like looking at your components.
Very sleek, but not overwhelming, this case was a leap for me because tempered glass just wasn't my look. That is, until I spotted this case, sporting only 1 tempered glass side panel and 1 front panel, I didn't want my cables visible at all so I went with this version. Building in it was not difficult, but it was time consuming when it came to hiding the cables. My only issue with this case so far is that when you remove the glass panel from the side, it almost seems as if you have compromised the integrity of the case, making it difficult to reinstall the glass door.
Beautiful case when you're finished building but not a fun case to build in. The ventilation is quite good and the tempered glass looks really nice. It is definitely a fingerprint magnet though
Awesome case for looks but was difficult to build in. It's very small. If you are using an ATX MB then beware it is a very tight fit. Same goes for the PSU. The website said that a radiator could be mounted at the top but there is no way to fit one there. You'd have to cut every wire at the top of the MB. For front-mounting radiators it's good. Cable management wasn't too difficult with the wide space behind the MB. Everything is great quality and the glass is nice. Includes magnetic dust covers which are a nice touch.
Really pretty case, but the wiring was so hard for me to do in the back (its pretty tight). keep in mind its my first build guys
Love this cases astetics! It was a bit tighter to build in but not hard at all! Under the shield is where the mess truly lies lol! Still a great premium feel to it though!
Dream case. Aesthetics of this thing are exactly what I was looking for (not too extravagant, has glass / see - through front). And for a reasonable price too. However, a large problem with this case is back panel space. It was a 2 man job to get it on. Knocking off a star for that.
This case is a beautifully designed mid tower. It's slightly small, but that works in its favor as it better showcases your beautiful build and all of its RGB goodness with an abundance of tempered glass. There are only two downsides I can think of: 1 the motherboard gets mounted too close to the top of the case to allow for installation of a top mounted AIO radiator. There's enough space at the front of the case to allow for both a front mounted AIO radiator and a full size graphics card (although it is slightly tight) so that's not really the worst complaint. 2 cable management is TIGHT on the back. Part of this is my own fault for using braided cable extensions and replacing all the fans with Thermaltake Floe Riing fans (which have insanely long cables), but even with careful management and tons of zipties, it takes a bit of effort to squeeze the back cover on. These complaints are totally negated once the build is complete. I'm very happy. Note that the 460X comes either with 1x120mm solid color RGB front fan preinstalled or 3x120mm RGB fans - as I planned on using all Thermaltake Floe Riing fans I opted for the cheaper 1x120mm option and just replaced it.