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This review is from: Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming headset
Pros: Plug and play is simple. Software is simple to use and plenty of features. I gets that full theater sound without annoying everyone around you.
Cons: Biggest problem with these is when the bass hits all sound is softened. Its like the bass is requiring more power than the headset can supply.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -I did very much like the easy of disassembling it down to its bare minimums. The top panel came off with ease, just mind the plastic clips underneath.
-I was easily able to remove the usb ports (explained later).
-Though I haven't really used them, the filter screens seem like a nice design. There is a quick removable screen underneath the power supply for easy cleaning.
-It's feet stand it up off of the ground to allow more airflow to the PSU.
Cons: -plastic is very brittle and flexible. When I took the front panel off, I very much disliked the bend-ability of it.
- the hard drive trays seemed very low quality. Perhaps instead of using a tray, just attaching individual brackets for to the sides of the hard drives would be more efficient.
-Only has 2 fans equipped. Though I knew this, and "was" planning on water cooling anyways, but most of the other cases I've seen usually come with at least one for the top.
-Water cooling, I would imagine, being alright. There seems to be decent space for the radiators, pumps and reservoirs but the rear panel holes are rather small and don't have the rubber protection ring. Instead they're covered with pop-out metal plates.
Other Thoughts: I decided not to use this case for my upgrade and instead pulled out the USB 3.0 ports and put them into my old cooler master storm case. It's much better quality and just as large even for being a mid-tower as well as being close to the same price.READ FULL REVIEW