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Pros: This case is perfect for a gamer on a budget or for a new builder. There is ample room for cable management and even the front panel cables comes pre-routed. Tons of mounts for fans. For the price point and the look: it's hard to beat.
Cons: The "aluminum brush" finish is barely noticeable; just don't buy the case for that. I was afraid of stripping the side panel thumbscrews. Those things were TIGHT. Since this is a budget minded case, there is no rail system for the HDD or the Optical Drive bays.
Other Thoughts: This is my second NZXT case from Newegg. I haven't been disappointed with the features, quality, or value.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Exactly what I needed to revive an old AMD system. A cheaper-than-OEM PSU failed but luckily didn't take any components with it. Replaced that burned out unit for this one.
Has smart connector layouts for modern and slightly older systems. Would be easy to use for either SATA or IDE based systems.
Cons: Didn't read it until I checked just now and almost didn't notice it at all but the POWER CORD IS NOT INCLUDED. If you are building your first desktop and this is the supply you wanted to go with, you will need to find/buy a power cord.
The color doesn't really match anything if that interests you.
Not worth docking an egg.
Other Thoughts: I bought this PSU for $30 from a shell-shocker deal. Worth every penny.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit (Full Version)
Pros: The preorder deal NewEgg offered was too good to pass up. I really preferred to have Windows 7 replace my Linux Mint on my PC but for 30 dollars less it is hard to beat.
When it works, it is smooth.
Did I mention the Windows Experience Score can go to 9.9?
Cons: Installation was a small pain. Might have been my SSD but took a while trying to get my hard drives in order for the install.
There isn't a ton of driver support currently so an old 7 driver caused an error that already needed a restore. Having said that, there wasn't a huge problem after the restore.
Other Thoughts: Metro sucks? Eh, it's ok. I will say that I use the search feature quite often and it is handy.
I do miss the Start Menu.