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This review is from: APEVIA X-DREAMER4 Series X-DREAMER4-PK Pink Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Infinite amount of fans, LCD Temperature guage can come in handy. Exterior looks good.
Cons: 3.5' Drive bays are mounted too close to the side panel so it's actually impossible to fit a 147MM length HDD in the drive bay the correct way. SSD's are fine but i had to take off the other side panel and put the HDD in backward for it to be able to fit.
Power supply is on the bottom. Power supplies on top are more of a perosnal preference but when you also have THREE fans at the top of the case, it's just an excessive amount of hanging wires.
The stock side panel fan is too wide and leaves practically no room at all to plug in the power cables for your video card unless you have one that's a big smaller. I installed a 760 in this and it practically brushes up against the fan. This also makes it difficult to funnel the rest of the wiring from the power supply at the bottom to the rest of the case.
Both USB 2.0 ports on the front panel were not built correctly and fried TWO flash drives and a wireless mouse. When i plugged in the USB devices, all the LED's on the computer shut off. It couldn't have been more then 5 to 6 seconds later when I pulled the flash drive and mouse out of the ports that the heads were burning hot and the chip inside was fried. The 3.0 Port and the audio ports functioned properly.
Other Thoughts: This case would be perfect if it was about 1-2 inches wider. Assuming you don't have an HDD or a "larger" sized graphics card the case is just fine if you like having your power supply on the bottom.
Personally, this is worst case I've purchased. It's a shame because i really like the exterior look. I wouldn't recommend purchasing this case.
This review is from: Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE 7.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz PCI Interface Sound Card
Cons: Mic Jack on device arrived DOA,. Sound Jack was malfunctioning as well.
Other Thoughts: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW