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Pros: I've reviewed this before, it's a very good case.
Cons: NewEgg, in their description of the case, said that it would have a 200mm blue LED top fan. It has a top fan that is 200mm, but no blue LED. That's actually why I bought this model was for the blue LED. I don't want to knock an egg off because it's a fantastic case, but I hope NewEgg or NZXT see this and send me a 200mm blue LED fan like it says I purchased.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASRock Z77 Extreme4 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Wonderful board. Easy overclocking, easy to use and pretty bios, suits SLI or even the newest cards.
Cons: There was nothing on the site telling me that I was buying a flex atx. I would really have liked to have known that. I bought a HUGE case and wanted to utilize the space. The board is more cramped because of it, but that doesn't make it lower quality. My CPU heatsink covers two RAM slots when it shouldn't (should only cover one on a normal atx). I don't want to take too much off for this as the board itself is great, but NewEgg's documentation is flawed.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I'm coming from using my 27" iMac as my main gaming comp. that uses a 6970M, and that played Crysis on 1080 at ~30FPS. This card is SO much better. I'm cutting through Crysis at 60+ FPS. I used my iMac for so long I felt like that was just the standard for performance and this card is so far beyond, I feel like I'm cheating. My card is 1201 MHz and 1267 MHz turbo.
Cons: The outputs are 3 mini hdmis and that's just stupid. It comes with an adapter that makes the cord sag on the outlet of the card.
Other Thoughts: I've got the NZXT Phantom with an i7 and my system runs at around 31*C and 62*C under heavy load. Everything about this performs amazingly. The outputs are the only thing wrong with this are the outputs.READ FULL REVIEW