...but it's sold out right now
In my opinion, it's a great case if you're on a budget.
It comes with 3 120mm fans installed. I added a cheap 120mm fan to make 2 top fans, 1 front/1 rear. The i5 (stock) is idling at 23c--27c and not getting above 47--49c under heavy loads. I also have a XFX 4870 1GB--which is a pretty hot card.
It used to idle at 64-67c in my old case (with poor airflow) and get up to 82/83c under load (with v-sync off, 75/76c with v-sync on).
This Rosewill case has dropped the idle temp on the 4870 to 55c and it only gets up to around 63/64c under load gaming. And I am just leaving the fan control on auto in CataylystCC There is one drawback though, and that is the case fans are pretty loud. I've heard worse, but it can be a little annoying. But, you get used to it though.
If your budget can handle it, here are some other excellent cases with good deals right now:
NZXT also has several other very nice looking/performing cases at lower and higher pricepoints. But I think these are some very nice cases that won't break your budget at ~$100 or less. Hope these suggestions help. I'd love to have any of these cases
This is the case I used for my i7-920 build. Has a huge 250mm side fan. I don't find the blue LED's distracting, but it can be bright. It took my 4890 with plenty of room to spare. Pretty quiet, too. Aluminmum. Great job cooling.
Just an update from me. I've pieced her all together. The power supply is on back order so I am using my old 700w OCZ from my previous build at the moment. My first 3dMark vantage score was 12003 with a gpu score of 11517 (there is something going on with my default clock speeds here!!!) and a cpu score of 15776.
I am not overclocking until my Corsair PS comes in since I dont think the OCZ can handle it. They were out of 750w corsairs when I ordered so I had to bump up to the 850w...nuts! =P
As for the case, I absolutly love it...its so nice and during the cpu benchmark on 3dmark I did not break 53 Degrees with all 4 cores running at 100%. Can't wait to OC this puppy.
On a related note, there is something up with the 5870. CCC reports the Core speed at a measly 400mhz and it should be 850mhz. The memory at 1200 which I believe is fine. I've tried a few oc'ing programs such as CCC, MSI Booster and AMD GPU Clock Tune and and if I try to overclock it in the lease all it ends up doing is underclocking the system even worse and gives me horrible video tearing on the desktop of my main display. Im going to continue to figure out wtf is up with this. I have read a lot of forums on this going on and may just be a matter of driver release issues =( The best attempt I had was the AMD GPU which got the core and memory to where I wanted but alas made my system die. More tweaking for me...anyone else have these issues and solve them that can shed some light to save me a lot of googling? Thanks! =)