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This review is from: Intel Ethernet Server Adapter I210
Pros: Works in any size PCI-Express slot despite its small size. Intel's PRO Set driver suite allows for detailed customization of features.
Cons: None (well maybe the price).
Other Thoughts: Intel's network interface cards have always been the gold standard and this card is no different. It's well-made, high performance NIC that gets the job done and the driver suite is second to none. Definitely recommended.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Delivers excellent voltage over all rails. Fan runs quiet. A great value for the price.
Other Thoughts: I purchased two of these bad boys from a local computer and electronics store three and half years ago because they were on sale (sorry Newegg!) and they're still rockin' to the beat. When Cooler Master's engineers designed and built this unit they threw down.
For the price you will not find a better unit; it's that good. Voltage across all rails is quite good and it powers my 4GB GTX 770s with plenty of juice to spare. Get it while the gettin's good!
Pros: Excellent design with ample room for long graphics cards. Red LEDs on front intake fan with on/off button on top of the I/O chassis. Black interior looks neat and clean. Dust filters!
Cons: A bit more plastic than the HAF 922 that it replaces (though it's not a con for me).
Other Thoughts: With support for EATX motherboards this is the case to buy if you're looking for an inexpensive but sturdy chassis.
Cooler Master's HAF XM is super mid-tower case that includes dust filters and the option to add second exhaust up top but there is a caveat: you must rotate the fan about a quarter inch to slide the top bezel back in place after installing it. Aside from that there enough grommetted holes for through which all cables can be routed for good airflow and aesthetics. All in all it's a great case and will provide a solid foundation almost any build.