I used this case for a mini-itx build.
This is my third PC build with a new purchased case and I was trying to save money and this was a very good bye it has a very nice screen on the bottom that opens up to clean the filtered out dirt that is collected from being pulled into the power supply so that's a plus right away and it's just a very great keishon General cord management hard drive management space especially for a Micro ATX case it's very good especially if you're on a budget.
But it works fine, if you're not really into displaying your build or fancy components; and if you are, I have no idea why you would be looking at this case... Not that it looks too bad, but I wouldn't recommend it for builds with graphics cards and numerous external drives.
Of course, by going with the 80mm, it keeps this Micro-ATX (also supports Mini) case footprint short and thin.What I'll probably end up doing is install a 120mm fan on the side for intake cooling and one on the front directly in front of the SSD.
If you're planning on using this for gaming then I would definitely leave the side of the case off while doing so; there was about a 10°C difference in CPU temps with and without the side panel (approaching high 80s while closed).
It doesn't help that the PSU fan is blowing right on top of the CPU cooler either.
With all that being said, I CANNOT in good faith recommend this case to anyone looking to make a budget gaming build.
If you're just looking to make a home office computer it'd probably work but I'm sure there are better options.
I had to use an old power supply to build my new system and discard the useless power supply this case came with.