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3.0usb in front panel
Cons: Power button
Other Thoughts: Make sure you know what your doing first time installing your components. If your build doesn't boot first try prepare for an awful experience dismantling each component. In my case, my power button on the front panel was doa so I had to switch the front panel power switch cable with reset switch cable in order to boot my system. So now I'm using the reset button as my power button to boot up. Which in my opinion is better but was a not so fun experience troubleshooting to find the issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *The cheapest case you will probably find for the quality you get.
*Keeps all my components cool, have OCd cpu and about 5 fans running in the case, cpu temps are below 50c and gpu temps run ~70c during load.
*Easy installing a cpu cooler without having to take the motherboard out.
*Great look/colors, came with a blue led fan which i still use today.
Cons: *I wish it was a little bigger and had better cable management.
*The expansion slots for the pci and pci-e cards are not replaceable so I have huge gaps where air and dust is getting into my system.
*Not really capable of installing a large radiator, top of chassis only has 2x120mm screw holes.
Pros: *Plays all games on max settings
*3yr warranty, evga tech support is great
*Nvidia drivers and setup is good, very simple.
Cons: *Pretty expensive, price hasnt dropped much from last year.
* Really want to set up SLI with this card, however most of the 660TI gpus have been dicontinued.
*Fans get pretty noisy at high loads
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