vanDaal schrijft dat bij Hard2ware.net een review is verschenen over de Cyclone 5000 Ultra midi-tower. Deze kast is in het bezit van 2 92mm fans en 3 80mm fans en volgens de specificaties kan de kast daarmee 229 kubieke voetjes per minuut aan lucht verplaatsen. De kast heeft verder 4 5.25" bays en 5 3.5" bays aan uitbreidings- ruimte en is ook nog in het bezit van een removable motherboard tray. Volgens de reviewer is het een prima kast, en is het enige nadeel de prijs van 150 dollar:
The case had style, lots of slots for expanding your computer, 300 watts for power a must for an overclocker, and it can cool as you have seen in the test I ran at least a 20 degree drop!! The case cost $150 from the Coolerguys, OK some people think that too much for a case, but it really isn't if you think about it. Look the 5 fans that's right there is like $35 US, plus the case it self, plus the 300 watt power supply, the fan grilles, and the laser cut out hole for where the fans go. So as you can see if really adds up now doesn't it and it is not so expensive?
I have seen case on with a power supply of only 200 watts for $75 without fans, but if it were up to me I would 100 times buy the Cyclone 5000 than I would a regular case with 200 watts and no fans. Now you are most likely thinking that case most really sound doesn't it? And the truth is that it isn't as loud as I thought it would be.