Reviewers Liked

  • Excellent construction quality, Plenty of room for hardware, Offers two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, Supports radiators up to 16.5 inches (420 mm), Plenty of space under the motherboard tray to manange cables, Easy hardware access, Can be wall-mounted,
  • High quality workmanship, The unusual design, Can be mounted on the wall, A good system for organizing cables, Four USB ports on the top panel, Not a bad efficiency of the cooling system and its extensibility
  • Perfect to show off your hardware, Can be wall mounted or made to act like a table, Supports AiO's, Improved SSD mounting, Pump / reservoir mount included
  • Modding Options, Unique Style, High quality, Resonable Price

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • If you use a radiator which is more than 240 mm in lenght, you will have only two drive bays available, Does not support case fans, Does not support 5.25 inches devices, Does not support hardware that need an external bay, like fan controllers or card rea
  • Components of the system unit will inevitably gather dust, No room for additional system fans
  • Instructions could be better
  • A lot of effort putting together, Final Thoughts, The Core P3 has a lot to offer if you are looking for a chassis that has a plethora of modding options. Quite honestly if you want to break out a drill you can let the creative juices flow and make your o