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Pros: Nice case
Cons: I already reviewed this case when I bought it and gave it 5 stars, however after owning it for just over two months the LED's behind the NZXT logo have dimmed at least 75% to the point it doesn't seem illuminated anymore, and two of the clips that hold the window onto the side panel broke off while removing said side panel (Each time the side panel was removed the clips would bend upwards and you'd have to press them back down to get it back on). I take pretty good care of my stuff so this isn't from being wreckless.
Also, the case is far from silent even with an H100i and silent fans installed. At night you can see light escaping through cracks because the top panel, front panel and side panels don't fit completely snug together, so I'm assuming some of the noise is coming through that way.
Other Thoughts: I'd probably still buy it again but a few somewhat minor disappointments in the quality department (as well as advertising it as a silent case)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Solid construction, sound dampening foam on all panels, brilliant design
Cons: None really, a few minor nitpicks:
The front SSD cable routing holes are too far back, makes getting a sata power cable through and connected pretty difficult, the SSD mounts should have been raised slightly as well because it's almost impossible to have a sata power cable sit flat on the surface.
Side panels are hard to remove and the 'non-removable' screws actually do come out pretty easily. No big deal.
Other Thoughts: This replaced my Air 540. I wanted something with better build quality, sound dampening and a slightly smaller footprint. I was initially skeptical about swapping from the Corsair case but this one is far better in almost every respect except ease of cable routing and air flow, neither of which are even particular bad with this case.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good value, relatively fast, runs cool
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: A lot of people say you can save $200 and SLI this to beat a 780 or Titan when two of these cost $850 after taxes, so while you might save some money compared to buying a Titan, you can get a 780 for $200 less.READ FULL REVIEW