Lite On FS020 Mid/Full Tower Case Pro Reviews
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"The case has a great clean design and a boatload of room. It is spacious yet somewhat shorter then most in its class, but wider to make up for it."
"This case has a solid build with a structural integrity much higher then most others. The design of the case makes it a winner... I would not suggest this case for people who like to open their case a lot, because even though it has a big open space, the cage is quite heavy and there are some minor obstructions that can hamper your work."
"One thing to note about the stock 120mm fan is that it comes with a 3 pin plug. This might make it more convenient for some of you, as you can plug it in right to your motherboard, but I have also heard that it is not too good of an idea to be plugging big fans into the motherboard on account of their current draw"
"In totality the problems that arose during my computer transplant are very small - in other words, the pros far outweigh the cons, and its hard not to be impressed by the FS020. Lite-On has produced an exceptionally good quality case, with some really defining features (cross bar, 120mm fans, drive bracket, etc), and while it's not perfect, and its the expensive end of the scale, its a true thoroughbred (think Ferrari)"
"There are three mounts for fans, not 80 mm, but 120 mm! Two of the mounts are located in the rear of the case. They're covered by a perforated mesh and a lid on the inside of the case. Those lids are probably one of the first things you'll remove. This of course provides some extraordinary ways of cooling the CPU."