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This review is from: Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case, comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan
Pros: It was a great case to build in with little need for tools. Decent cable management too.
Cons: No USB 3.0 headers, but if I really want them I can just put a 3.5 inch bay with them in one of the two available.
Other Thoughts: Assuming you're not obsessive about getting USB 3.0 on the tower itself, this case should be plenty for anything from a family PC to a gaming monster.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Office 2010 Home and Student Product Key Card (no media)
Pros: Easy to install and works as expected.
Cons: You have to wait for shipping.
Other Thoughts: Despite it just being a code, they still mail the box to you with the code inside. Why they didn't just E-mail the code is beyond me, but with newegg shipping it wasn't that long of a wait. Simply go to Microsoft's website, put in the code once or twice, and get Office.
After seeing the negative reviews on Office 2013, I opted to get a version I knew worked. I figure there won't be any compatibility issues with going one version behind, so why risk it?
Pros: Completely silent while moving a lot of air at a low cost.
Cons: doesn't come with any software or drivers
Other Thoughts: So when I plugged this in, the fan only twitched, but never spun right. In an effort to get it to work, I installed a program called speedfan, and after messing with it as well as making Windows automatically starting it upon boot, the fan works as I want it too.
In other words, my motherboard didn't have the ability to control the fan itself, and I needed a 3rd party program.
I also had to put it on a bracket so as to fit in my silly OEM case and did not use the rubber mounts. Still silent even at full speed though. Tempted to get another 2 for a push-pull config.