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Pros: Team Group hasn't done me wrong yet. It's time to give up on Hard Disks for OS partitions. When you're buying an SSD don't get caught up on speed, simply having more than the ~170 IOPS that a HDD offers will make your system feel great.
Cons: I'm not a fan of the art on the drive itself, a holographic sticker.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The included PSU isn't as sketchy as other HTPC builds.
The side-fan is quiet and effective.
Easy to build in
- Supports large 3.5" Drives
Cons: There is a misconception that the PSU fan is loud, that is not the case. Because of the width of the case, most people will be using a stock CPU cooler. This is OK, but-- because the fan is so close to the enclosure, the noise is more audible, not louder.
Great fans that will fit this case:
Other Thoughts: Don't be afraid of the case, it is well built and effective.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Plenty of Cables, LONG Cables
- Can't hear it over my system (see Other Thoughts)
- 600 W
- 80+ Silver Rating
I have owned this for 2 years going strong!
LOVE THIS PSU & SILVERSTONE
Cons: You won't win any beauty pageants for your cable management here, these things are LONG.
Other Thoughts: My Build from 2011, it is now almost 2014.
Phenom II 965
8 GB DDR3-1333
Radeon Sapphire 6850
1 TB 6400 RPM HDD
In the time that I have owned this system, power has not been an issue, and I do not see it becoming one.