I bet he likes playing a wizard when he isn't DM'ing
Thank you for the detailed review! Excellent format, very helpful visuals and commentary.
hello? noise levels??
Why would you want to keep a Corsair fan? They aren't the best. What's the point of reviewing this case without putting a radiator in the front? Having an air cooler doesn't explore the case in any way as it's just in the middle of the mobo.
400Q or 600Q?
good review although you seemed a bit grumpy
what would be a good option instead of this tower?
i like it but considering it's supposed to be a compact case you get far to much empty space at the front, it could be quite a bit smaller
love the clean design and shape
How's the airflow from front to backwards ? I really like this case for being silent and consider buying one, but one thing puzzles me that, the front side of the case has a covered structure, and i doubt about the intake performance of the front fans towards the inside, as their back, from where they suck air, is covered. How do they perform ?
i can't find a video with a demo of the sound dampening
It's a steal considering all the other windowless cases are hideous.
Great review! The hole beneath the motherboard is indeed big enough to feed the audio cable through even after installing the motherboard (though with some fiddling). Sincerely, satisfied 400Q owner.
Thanks for sharing! I just got one of these cases and I really like it but it has some annoyances (as you mentioned).
For me the biggest issues were that the PSU (Corsair RM650x) has "shortish" cables. So passing the main ATX cable through the back and then to the mobo meant that it went on top of the SSD mount, and as a consequence I couldn't close the case. If I forced the cable, it would go under the SSD mount, but it did put some extra strain on the mobo... and I have bad experiences doing that.
So.. I had to remove the 2 plastic covers for the PSU and HDD and pass the ATX cable through the middle of the case. Not ideal, but not a problem (just a waste of time passing cables around).
And the 2nd big annoyance is that because of the location of the SSD bays, you'll probably need a SATA power adapter/splitter as a normal cable (3 chained SATA power connectors) will make it really difficult to plug to the SSDs and close the case. (and also you'll have a big chance it will break the power connector on the SSD). To solve this I got a couple of cheap Akasa flat splitters.
On the very positive side, the whole build is super quiet. My current PC is way noisier with the case fully closed compared to the new build with a fully open case :).
Comparing to a Fractal R5 what do you think ?
Hey mate good video
I was just wondering if you or anyone could tell me if this case has only the internal 20 pin connection for the usb ports or if it has the usb 2.0 connection as well?
I can add some feedback here. I have the corsair 550D which has a similar (if not exactly the same) method of attaching the front pannel. One of the clips are now broken and the front panel no longer attaches properly.
Why not put liquid cooler at the top? Install a 240mm rad at the top and have it as exhaust.
lovely case... i think works very fine for me
I was really hoping you would show the sound-dampening panel to see how it mounts. I'm very picky about that after I bought a Vengeance C70 with a bump on the metal which made the side panel difficult to put back on.
Does it really sound quieter? Thanks
How is the power supply for the fans managed? Are they all attached to one MB fan socket?
Also, what would be the best alternative?
I have this case, I happen to have mid range components but as I am looking to upgrade, it doesn't seem like the right one for the job. Thanks for this, now to shop for a better case. :/
A PSU 180mm in length as HX750i will fit? Thanks!
Info was good, delivery... cringy AF. I decided not to buy this case based on the information given.
Hi, is it possible to use with the Z390 Aorus Pro WiFi? I see in the manual that the maximum CPU height is 170 mm. What does it mean?
will the banana run crysis remastered?
What are the alternatives to this for us RGB haters?
I have a question. I have this case and I want the tempered glass. Would it be possible to exchange the sidepart to tempered glass? 😅
I am sick of RGB and tempered glass. great video. thanks
The front is plastic - isn't it metal on the 275Rs?
Thank you for saying that! The space for cable management for back of case is awful. I've got this case and regret it
Where is the power cable to the led?= I'd like to turn it off.
Don't like the front plastic panel
lol... Excellent review - thank you! I think I'll pass on the 275Q after watching this. Thanks for the laugh!!
Yeah... I mean you make jokes.. But the thing is is people are paying $200 to well over $1000 CAD for cases to show off their rig... to themselves.. I can understand if you're a streamer and people see your PC, or if you show it off, sure.. But who, other than yourself, and the odd visitor, is going to see your case. The thing could be gold plated, and no one would really give a shit if they never see it. I'm not trying to shit on glass cases, I have one, but their isn't anything wrong with a closed off case it does what you need. If it's quiet, has good thermals, and you just don't care, or don't show off your system.
I've compared cases for days now, looking for something "silent", with dust filters, no glas fside panel, no or removable PSU shroud, brushed metal design etc... I always come back to this, despite the minor (to me) points mentioned in this video. There are simply not many - if any- alternatives
I sold my old Carbide 330R, which I had since 2014.
Didn't like the new RGB shit, so I decided to go with 275Q.
Build quality is trash, and the case feels cheap. Sound dampening material is way worse than in 330R, as is the case overall.
On the other hand, it looks nice, cable management is good enough (you did a bad job with that build), and most of the crap is removeable (SSD cages, HDD cage, PWM controler, you can even shut down the disgusting white LED strip on the front panel). Ordered two Artic 140mm fans for the front panel, and I'll probably get a proper 120mm Noctua exhaust.
Here's the build:
We use these for out workstations at work. I've built a few of them in this case and im really not a fan of it. Everything feels super cheap and I don't enjoy building in it.
I hate these dumb “review” videos. I came here to see the case and the review of the case not your dumb comedy, this video was supposed to be shorter than 2 minutes. But I had to skipped through the bullshittery just to see what I wanted to see about the case but no, skipping made it even worse because everytime I skipped i landed on this guy’s bullshit comedy so I ended up wasting my time on this video. These kind of bullshit reviews should be titled woth “not and actual review of this x, but a comedy about this x”
I'm most likely to get this case bc it is modular cheap and nice
did it come with the motherboard and everything else or just the case
I also got this case, got the Gpu And Cpu left to buy then I can start my build can't wait 😁
What is the thermal performance of the case? IE - How hot does the CPU and GPU get under load?
Nice review. The front air filters are also supposedly removable. However company that built my PC using this case did not include the manual with it, and I cannot figure out how to remove the front air filters. Does the manual that came with your case explain how to remove the front air fitlers without disassembling the case?
GuitarZero2Hero is into gaming now! 😂😂😂😂
show us how you built it in details please. cuz i am struggling to fit my psu
No mention of fan configs? Isnt that the most important aspect of pc cases?
was thinking about getting this case thanks for the video
Hey Dave, thanks for showcasing this chassis. Just a suggestion - I would have liked to see the case with the front panel removed (and maybe a view of the top panel from the inside). I know you mentioned the front panel has sound dampening material, but I think the top does too? I think it would be great to these areas of cases, that cannot be seen from the exterior. Regardless, solid review.
Hey Dave, I'm Deva (swap around although alot of my customers call me Dave lol) , thank you for the video. I just got my 110Q about two weeks ago. It's patiently waiting while I source the rest of the components. I've been dying to open it up but it's just been busy finding a few hours to go look at. Your video really really helped. I'm also building my first PC after almost 20 years. Thanks again for your video, I loved it. Subscribed as well to your channel. Take care and be safe.
So weird that the psu has to be facing the ground with this case. I love the micro size tho
Just picked up this case for build . Very tidy case . Thank you for the review
Thanks, quick and informative.
Hello - thank you very much for the review. It has shown me exactly what I needed to know and as a result, I will likely buy the case.
This cabinet works well for games?
hi, is the included fan a genecric one from corsair? or is it their ML 120? thanks
good job at showing all the filters :)
... that indian accent..
Seems Like a magnet fingers magnet
A) please, use millimeters not mm B) slow down, it's hard to understand you over your thick Indian accent. C) STOP THE FOCUS AND PANNING SHOTS, just show the full product. This was a pretty awful review to be honest
Nice review, very informative.
does it offer much air flow?
fuck this case, cant fit shit into it. put my 1080 in there and it was fkn cancer, had to rip off the back bars like the pleb i am
Pretty good review my dude
Will a CoolerMaster Hyper 212x (160mm height) fit in it? Thanks in advance.
no dust filer?
Nice informative video! keep up the good work.
2 sub Ports? What am I gonna do with that