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Pros: Clean, Modular, Haswell rated. PSU was under rated for Watts... tested at a little over 700.
Cons: Fan in the PSU is on the loud side, at about a 60 percent load... I was expecting it to take flight. Not very energy efficient, electric bill went up about 10 dollars a month after replacing a 400 watt seasonic.
Other Thoughts: Lasted 3 years, was a little disappointed by the life span. I may have to high of an expectation but, I figured I would get 5 years out of this PSU.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: PSU is super quite, made my old OCZ seem like a chainsaw running. Has plenty of connections for a midline computer and cables are plenty long for an mid-ATX case. Powered a 95 watt CPU and a AMD 6870 GPU with out issue, with stable voltage.
Cons: None that have surfaced.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a clean installation and routing of cable, go with a modular PSU. If you are just looking for a quality built power supply, I would recommend this CX 600 PSU to anyone.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Case is huge for a Mid Tower, tons of room for large GPU's. Very simple and clean design and able to remove both sides and the front. Case is well built for the money plus not to many huge glowing lights on it that will blind you in the night. overall a well build case that most will be happy with. Tons of Fan slot to keep it cool if needed.
Cons: The HD bays slots, the screws dont line up very well with hard drives and other drive. only comes with 2 fans... if thats a con. Would not mind having another 120/140 mm fan on the side to blow across the GPU and MB.
Other Thoughts: This is the perfect case if you are looking for a classic design, no large see through windows with blinding LCD lights glowing. That maybe a con for some people if they want to show off their equipment.READ FULL REVIEW