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Pros: Quiet, fast, runs cool.
Cons: see other thoughts
Other Thoughts: Bought three of them for use as a storage drive in 3 separate computers. The plastic on the corner of the side with the connectors had a pretty big dent: got smashed in at some point (probably at the factory) but the drive seems to be working without any issues after a week of use.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs cool and Quiet.
Cons: The SATA connectors are a little bit stiff, making it a little difficult to connect and disconnect them.
Other Thoughts: Works well, put this in three builds with an i7-4770 and a low-end professional graphics card.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: A good amount of room, looks nice - especially with the blue LED (not over the top). Good build quality. Cooling seems to be decent (don't think these will be used heavily enough to test it heavily though)
Cons: Hard drive bay faces inwards, would be easier to access if it faced outwards. Also, it can be somewhat difficult to do wire management, but it isn't too bad.
Other Thoughts: While it doesn't have a particular spot for SSDs (at least that I saw) it does come with screws that fit it, I just mounted it in the normal hard drive bay with one screw.
I built three computers with this case to be used for CAD. The cases are very easy to work with.
Intel Core i7-4770
16GB (8GBx2) DDR3-1600 G.Skill sniper
One has a NVIDIA quadro K2000, others have a year old FirePro
Rosewill Capstone 650W modular power supply
Samsung 120GB ssd
1tb WD black HDD
Gigabyte GA-B85-HD3 mobo
3.5" card reader
Lite-on DVD drive
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