Really nice chassis. As long as you drive with a 240mm clc or do not need heavy CPU cooling, it is probably perfect for many. Gets hot at the graphics card. Recommends installing a Noctua A12x15 or worse at the top.
It comes in cpu coolers that are max 116mm high (NH-D9L for example). Thermaltake has skimped a bit on its size.
Has managed to get an SSI-CEB (think E-ATX but a few cm shorter), and a 980ti and runs this as a server / gaming computer.
Since my motherboard is larger than what the chassis actually supports, I can not use the included gpu support legs, but I solved it with cable ties and a little creative use of foam pillows. Barely visible.
With a 240mm CLC in the front with two Noctua A12x25 and an A12x15 at the top, it still maintains good temperatures while being quiet in normal cases (even though there is a 10c / 20t CPU and a 250W GPU in it.
The standard fans that come with the chassis feel very cheap, but there are two in the front.
With a Corsair SF750 V2 you can get nice wiring but it requires a little patience, the short sleeved cables that Corsair sends with fit almost perfectly to this chassis in length.
Edit: I had to replace my riser cable, some games crashed. So after I switched to Phantek's premium 220mm riser + reinstalled drivers once again, it works fine again. Must have pinched the supplied cable or something that damaged it.
An updated version of this chassis would be great! There is one on youtube that has modded the glass panel and tripled 120mm mounts in the front.
I got a PCIE to NVMe adapter under the graphics card.