Het volk van Virtual Hideout heeft een review gemaakt van de 4Q Full Tower ATX case. De grootte van de kast komt in de buurt van de Addtronics 7896a. De kast heeft twee 3,5" inch en zes 5,25" inch externe mountingbays en drie 3,5" interne mountingbays. Verder is er ruimte beschikbaar gemaakt voor drie extra case fans. Over het algemeen een aardig kastje voor z'n lage prijs:
Over all I would have to say that this case is very nice. I kept thinking that this case was gonna be a First Aid Band Aid getter. But its not. The overall case construction is good. every thing lines up very nice. There was no force involved when installing the mobo tray or side doors. The only force needed was to break loose the metal bay covers. They required some twisting and bending. I think that fairly common. The only thing I think this case needs for Overclocking is better ventilation holes. What I mean is the holes are there but they don't pass enough air through them for my needs. But again this is totally fixable. My temps were completely normal at a CPU temp of 107°F. So for the money your really getting you moneys worth here. You just cant beat the sheer size and features. Plus you gettin the 300 watt power supply. Its almost free if you think about it. If you on a tight budget and need a very large case with good cooling heres your baby.
- Cost 47$...YES!! only 47$!!!
- Its well built
- Has plenty of drive space
- Would make a killer LAN case (if yer a strong)
- Tight Package
- Fan holes don't move enough air flow
- Still just a generic case
- Metal PCI slots not re attach able
- Problematic PSU
- Only 4 PSU 4-pin connectors
- No thumbscrews