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This review is from: Thermaltake Core V41 CA-1C7-00M1WN-00 Black ATX Gaming Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Can't beat it for the price. Appropriate for all builders: newcomers, longtime builders and hardcore gamers. As a veteran to custom PC building, I must say that I am not disappointed. Aesthetically pleasing, and very easy to install just about any peripheral that is appropriate for a mid-tower. Lots of room. Wire management is a huge thorn in my side. Tied neatly, no issues. 10/10 from me, satisfied customer. Thermaltake has a good catalog and no complaints from me. Custom PC's are the way to go, this will be a good case for your build.
Cons: Nope, can't think of anyREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice bios, probably pointless to update, however very user-friendly. Never-ending amount of ports on the board and behind it, compatibility, looks cool.
Cons: Like I said in my previous review, runs warm, occasionally picky about boot order, (a lot of motherboards run in to that though, and it's not always the board's fault) and acting kinda strange then randomly working fine?? Those are my only major beefs.
Other Thoughts: They're customer service was actually very nice....and i wasn't. They just never would have figured out the problem totally on accident like I did. My board was acting up because of a bad power switch on my case. That's a new one in my book, You'd think it wouldn't turn on at all. Beats me why that would make the motherboard mad...??? SO I guess maybe add that one in book :) I did also reset the CMOS a bunch of times, which probably helped too. Board is working fine now, I give it a 3 only because it was acting really weird but has randomly stopped in is doing just fine, just a bummer it's not my main computer anymore. I built another one thinking this board was toast.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price, very easy installation, lots of room to work with, bottom mounted power supply, rear fan is very quiet and first time builder friendly.
Cons: One day im not gonna have it anymore :(
Other Thoughts: Had this case for about a month now, I built a cheap computer for miscellaneous stuff (not gaming). It was time to take my hardware out of the awful, beaten to death case it was in before. Installation of hardware is so simple that it's almost pointless to read the manual. Locations for motherboard stand-offs are labeled right on the mounting wall itself. Plenty of room to hide the cables in the back, if you want a clean look. Large video cards, ATX boards, large PSU, all do-able. Current setup inside (some of these parts are from a while ago but newer models are about the same price: This case, Elitegroup H61H2-M17 ATX micro board, Celeron G1610 Daul-Core, BFG 550w Modular PSU, 8gb Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz, Radeon (forget what model) 1gb, 640gb WD Caviar HD and Enermax T.B. Silence 120mm Red led fan = less than 500 bucks :) You won't be disappointed.READ FULL REVIEW