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Pros: the LED's look great, and the fan runs very quietly, although I haven't put it under a very heavy load.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: great price. I'm a big fan of the aggressive look of this case. I planned to immediately replace the side panel with clear acrylic but after seeing it in person it's not as bad as I though. Sufficient cable management room is also a plus.
Cons: the single 120mm blue LED fan it came with is a little noisy, fans aren't that expensive though so I just replaced it with a corsair blue LED fan. I sounded like a bearing so it may just have been my fan.
Also the 2 USB3 ports of the front run off of the 1 connector so you can't have 2 devices plugged in at the same time, which makes no sense why they would have put 2 ports in if you can only use 1 at a time.
I would have liked to remove the drive cages because I'm not really using them but unfortunately they are all permanently attached.
Pros: It's a great processor as expected but I was pleasantly surprised by the onboard graphics. I was planning to get a dedicated graphics card shortly after I built my system, but the onboard graphics, while not comparable to 780ti, are more than I need for casually playing games on medium to high graphics. Also over clocking is not hard at all on this CPU.
Cons: The price, 350 is a lot of money but if you really need the performance I guess its worth it.
Other Thoughts: It's not cheap, but the onboard graphics make it worth it if you are going to use them.READ FULL REVIEW