casecom is an amazing company and i bought my case off ebuyer and it was around £35 which is cheap for a case which has features which you only see in some branded high end models for example it has space for 2 side fans 120mm, also 2 fans on the top to expel air which also fit 120mm cooling and also the power supply is on the bottom with 1 back exhaust fan. if you are an extreme pc user there are even gromits on the back which is for water cooling pipes, my pc is air cooled with 5 fans 1 was included in the case which you can see in the picture at the front, with all 5 fans installed my pc is idle around 20-30 degrees c. and onload when playing games it hits around 39-45 degrees c which is still very very cool. the fans in my case are the same brand as this 120mm casecom fans and they are silent like the xilnce fans. all these features from a case thats less than £45 is a bargain, the only problm i do have with it is the side panel is hard to slide back on sometimes other than that its a great case for gamers on a budget.
After building my first computer I had decided on a very low price case, around £10. As the months progressed I felt the original case was flimsy and was possibly leading to the temperature of the PC reaching heights of around 40 degrees. I then went and bought this case for £30, not too cheap that it would be of low quality, but not too expensive it would have more fan slots that I could ever dream of. This first thing I noticed about this case was how sturdy it was. It felt it had been well made and that it was going to last. After transferring all of my components and turning it on I saw the neon blue fan at the front spin into life. It looked amazing especially when in the dark and was also helping to keep the PC cool. Fantastic. The On button on the front is made of a nice metal that has a nice finish and feels solid to press, unlike my old case. The inside was easily big enough for my PCI wireless card and my PCI-e graphics card. The case itself is very stlish, a nice glossy black finish on the front and a matt black finish on the sides with room for two 120mm fans or two 80mm fans on the side, a 120mm on the top and an 80mm on the back. There is only two slots for hard drives which is slightly inconvenient as I have 3, but I've managed to stand one in the bottom. However, there was one problem. When I was installing the PSU, which had to be mounted at the bottom as opposed to the more conventional top, so that the fan was facing the floor, as I had read it was supposed to be, the power connector wouldn't read the motherboard. This meant I was forced to turning the PSU so the fan was facing the motherboard. Now, I believe this to be bad since it's taking in hot air from the motherboard instead of taking in cold air from underneath. With that being said I've had it setup this was for a few months now with no decrease in performance and temperatures staying around 30 degrees instead of the 40 before. If things start to deteriorate then I know I can always get an extension and flip the PSU round. Another negative is the grill on the front covering the 120mm is basically a dust magnet. With it sucking in all that air I have to clean the grill maybe once everyday or two but it's a small price to pay for such a fantastic case.