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Pros: This is the 5th Corsair PSU I've bought for various builds over the past few years and they are all still going strong. Quiet fan, semi-modular, and reliable. The motherboard connector is wrapped, and there are plenty of peripheral SATA and Molex adapters for what you will need in an average home PC.
Other Thoughts: I continue to get good PSUs from Corsair, they are my go to company for decently priced and reliable power supplies.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series 300R Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Solid construction, great ventilation, plenty of extra fan mounts, plenty of space behind motherboard for cable management, tool-less design for drive bays is easy to use, and any case with built in dust filters is good in my book.
Cons: The front panel USB is 3.0 only, so if your motherboard doesn't support 3.0 (was installing an older MicroATX) you need to get an adapter to convert the front panel USB connection to fit your motherboard, or the USB ports wont' work (obviously lol). Won't dock an egg though :-) Not Corsair's fault I'm using dated equipment lol. At the $100 price point it would have been cool to get some rubber grommets for the cable routing cutouts.
Other Thoughts: Corsair seems to be making some of the best cases out there right now IMO. Good design and implementation, easy to put together, and plenty of space. The materials used are solid, the case is not flimsy at all, definitely one of the better cases I've worked with in the past year. If this is in your price range, get it, it is a fantastic all-rounder.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I play an Android smartphone game called Ingress, and this comes in handy for long sessions and trips. Gets my phone and my tablet through most of the day just fine. There are larger ones out there, but 7800mAh is plenty for me, and the price at the time was unbeatable.
Cons: None yetREAD FULL REVIEW