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Pros: -Solid Build with very light weight.
-Runs most of the modern games I want to play including the Division.
-This acts as a traveling gaming computer and also for light use around my home as I do have a more powerful desktop so it serves the purpose for which it was purchased.
-Got on a deal for $649 - overall very much worth the price of purchase - really good bang for the buck
Cons: -Fans cut in and out. Was able to reduce this in the BIOS so that they were not turning on and off so much while just browsing the internet. I haven't tried speedfan, but it's possible it may work as well.
-Low viewing angle of the screen
-Top part is a fingerprint magnet so I'm constantly wiping down with a microfiber cloth.
Other Thoughts: -I definitely would recommend this product. Good style, thin, and powerful enough to run modern games for $649 - Can't beat the price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I love the cable management system. First time I've had a case with one, I was able to get almost all of the PSU cable behind the small opening in the case, with the exception of the CPU power cord (quite impossible with most mobos). The mobo screw diagram was a nice touch and made installing it quick and easy. This is a sturdy case and has a very nice, clean aesthetics without the flash of so many cases on the market.
The fan placements on this are great, allowing for a 120mm or 140mm fan to be placed to hit both the GPU and PSU (right in the middle of them) and the top has a placement for either single or duel 120mm or 140mm fan.
Cons: None, love this case!
Other Thoughts: Again, a great case for those of you who like a clean look without the flashiness.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card has handled everything I can throw at it on max settings! Great cooling system, even on warm days it won't get above 65C on max load.
Cons: It's big, but understandably so.READ FULL REVIEW