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Pros: First from-scratch build in a while and I am happy to see how much cases have improved!
This case, despite being a Mid Tower, is BIG. Probably about as big as a Mid Tower case can be. That leaves LOTS of room to hide wires. If you have lots of cards to add and lots of disks, this baby will hold them. It will also hold a 120MM water cooler inside without effort. It is sleek and VERY quiet despite 3 case fans and two water cooler fans. The front cover has fairly strong magnets to keep it closed, and it does a great job of muting the sound of the DVD burner.
Cons: My only problem with this is that is says it can handle "CPU Cooler: Not Higher than 160mm". This is a true statement, but in reality the number is more like 155mm. I have an ASUS Z170A MB and I bought a CM Hyper 212 EVO that says it is 158.5mm. Did a dry test fit and the top of the cooler is about 3mm proud of the case. Too bad, because it looked great....
Other Thoughts: This really isn't a con, but the reset button on the front panel is just a little proud of the panel itself. I bumped it with a knee and it reset the machine. I promptly disconnected it and will find some other use for it down the road.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Decent drive. Runs cooler than Greens or Blues (at least in my machines.) Quiet. Decent price when on sale.....
Cons: My first NAS came with a GREEN drive. I added a RED drive for RAID 1 and eventually replaced the other green drive. Both Red drives failed within 6 months after their warranty period. They don't make drives like they used to.
Other Thoughts: Bought a new NAS that can handle larger drives. Starting out with two of these drives in RAID 1. We'll see how they do.....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This drive is cheap. It generally works. It usually lasts as least through it's warranty period.
Cons: Having said that, this is the only drive I have had that failed while in service. Fortunately it was part of a RAID and the new one I just bought plugged in and synced just fine.
This is not a performance drive. 6.0Gb/s is imaginary.
Other Thoughts: There isn't a single drive made today that I would store archival information. Having said THAT, if you need a cheap non-performance level drive for an in-machine RAID, this works. Just keep the drives cool.READ FULL REVIEW