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Pros: - This card is wicked fast - great bang for the buck.
- It's a short card that fits great in an mATX case without extending past the end of the motherboard and requiring the removal of an HD cage.
- Full-sized DP ports! Hooray! And a lot of them - no need for multiple graphics cards or a mix of outputs to run a three-monitor setup.
Cons: This card is noticeably louder than the card it replaced. Previously I had an XFX 7870 card and even while gaming, I couldn't hear the card at all - the computer was near silent. The RX480 spools up pretty loud while in a game; by far the loudest component in the system.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Fractal Design Define Mini Black Silent MATX Mini Tower Computer Case
Pros: I like the clean, uncluttered aesthetics.
Solidly built, great HD bays (6 of them in a small case), room for a full-size graphics card in a small case, and room for larger air coolers - I'm using a Corsair A70.
With the stock fans replaced by a pair of Scythe SY1225SL12LM-P fans (one front, one rear) (also used these on the A70), this case is dead silent.
Flexibility of having the top blowhole and side intake available is nice.
NO SHARP EDGES
Cons: As with the Define XL, there's really not enough space behind the motherboard for cables. Putting the back cover on was an exercise in frustration, even with all of the cables neatly bundled with zip-ties and secured to the many convenient zip-tie loops.
The fans it comes with are OK but not spectacular.
The front door barely opens past 90 degrees, and the doors to access the fans up front open less than 90, making installing new fans a pain.
Other Thoughts: This is a very heavy case, the cost of using high quality materials and building solidly. I don't mind, but you might if you plan to take this to LAN parties.
While this is a compact case, it is by no means "small". It's almost as tall as my old beige full ATX case. In retrospect, I probably would have bought a full ATX mobo and a Define R3 instead.
Weak points aside, compared to the other options on the market and the price of this case, this is very clearly a "5 egg" case.
This review is from: Scythe SY1225SL12LM-P 120mm "Slip Stream" 120mm PWM CaseFan
Pros: Anything below 700RPM or so, they're Dead Silent. Above that, barely a whisper.
Even though they're fairly slow-speed fans, they move a lot of air.
4-pin PWM, what more can you ask for.
Other Thoughts: I'm using 4 of these in a Fractal Design Define Mini - one on the front, one at the rear, and two on a Corsair A70 CPU cooler mounted to an i7 3770K. Even with all 4 cores cranked to the max running FEA simulations, the computer is so quiet that I can sleep in the same room.READ FULL REVIEW