DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB Case Review: Page 7 of 7

Posted by Mike Holsapple on Friday, January 4, 2019 - 8:00am

Final Thoughts & Conclusion


Building, in this case, was a lot of fun. The overall build quality of this case was nice. The added RGB fans and the tempered glass are nice features. Like at the beginning of this review, this case has great features for a small price tag. A couple of things that I wasn’t too fond of were the breakaway expansion slots. The fact that the PSU shroud is not removable without modifying the case and the hard drive cage location. It took 5 screws to remove that for cable management and I feel like that was a little overkill, I feel like this could have been attached with 1 screw vs 5. I enjoyed the multiple cable management tie downs in the back of the case. The tempered glass was really nice and the front panel tempered glass that shows the front fans is a nice feature as well. Running an AIO I wasn’t noticing much temperature restrictions, the airflow, in this case, seems really well thought out. If you’re looking for a nice budget friendly case, this is for you.

Best Value


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