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Pros: Room for just about anything and everything, easiest case I have worked with despite how heavy its is. Cable management is the best I have seen in any case. Lots of options for fans, lots of space to work with components inside of the case. First time I have ever sat a motherboard in the tray and had it fit like a glove. Also the fan controller is probably my favorite part of the case. Really easy to work with.
Cons: Pretty heavy but you are warned of this so it is not worth taking an egg off. As others have stated this thing weighs close to 50 lbs without any components so make to be careful when lifting.
Other Thoughts: With all the slots for fans I would recommend getting lots of quiet fans even if they don't push a whole heck of a lot of air. The case get so much airflow from just the sheer amount of fans that you can get great airflow and have a whisper silent rig.
All in all I would buy another one of these if they occasion ever called for it.
Pros: Well there isn't anything that I cant's list. This was an upgrade from a GTX 560 Ti and the difference is night and day. The thing that really though me for a surprise is how cool these things are. Mine is idling around 25 C most of the time and has gotten as low as 22 C, on full load even in the most demanding situations I do not see it go above the 50's (though I do run it at 100% fan in games).
Cons: None really, read other thought's below.
Other Thoughts: Was thinking about putting this as a con but in all honesty this was really my fault. When I got this thing I could not get my motherboard to get past POST. I forgot that I had to run the latest BIOS of my MOBO so I got those and installed them just fine but then for some reason my OS became corrupt so I had to re-install and I lost quite of bit of data. Again not really a con as the manufacturer has instructions stating that BIOS need to be at the latest. Overall though I am stoked about this card.READ FULL REVIEW