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This review is from: Antec Nineteen Hundred Green Black/Green SECC steel Computer Case
Pros: Massive height,
Beautiful windows (large as well)
2 PSU mounts
so many spots for HDDs
Lots of fans
you can put 2 more 120mm fans in front of your HDDs for better cooling of the HDDs and for your GPU.
Cons: Only 3 3.5 bays for your accessories. the NZXT phantom has 5 and is a much smaller case.
getting to your front fans is tough.
The tooless design on the front bays is nice, BUT it doesn't have the holes required on the other side to keep your front bay items firm and stuck in place.
Other Thoughts: I really like this case. I mean I really like it and don't plan on changing it out anytime soon. (unless I get a caselab massive case for a redic price. But I am comparing this to my old NZXT phantom full tower.
Granted the tower was smaller than this Antec, the Phantom had a lot of features that are much better than what this case has to offer. For one thing all my front bay items were kept in place. The antec lacks the holes to let me do that. From there it only has 3 front panel slots compared to my phantoms 5.
After that getting the front panel itself off was a bit of a pain. the Phantom yet again is so much easier to work with for maintenance. pull off, dust, snap back on. easy.
Also, the phantom came with a built in fan controller (A very VERY nice one) the antec does not. This means that you have to buy one if your motherboard or Power supply doesn't have enough plugs for the fans.
For the price you can't really go wrong here, but dangit Antec. I know you wanted a monolith looking beast that was rather sleek and such, but you gimped me out on a few features and make now I feel like I should drill the holes needed for my front bay stuff.
I will say this: It impressed me much more than the AZZA Genesis case. I used that case for a customer special build and the AZZA has more features but the HDD storage in the Antec is so much better. Also, for the size the Antec is way better in terms of many more things. But the AZZA has a boatload of slots for the front bay just like the Coolmaster Cosmos case.
There are so many cases and with that a lot of hard choices to make. just compare this with the cases I mentioned and other related items and see what suits your fancy.
I gave this case a 3 out of 5 for lack of features, no way to keep my front items solid and stiff, and front panel removal issue.
This review is from: Rosewill RCX-Z775-LP 80mm Sleeve Low Profile CPU Cooler
Pros: Cheap. Easy replacement for OEM fan from Intel.
Lightweight. Low profile for Mini ITX builds or special needs.
I got this for a small ITX build as a replacement for the OEM Intel fan. I really don't like the stock cooler. So I picked this up as it was cheap and it seemed capable of doing the job. It does it's job well and looks really nice at the same time.
Cons: Not really meant for gaming. It will cool the CPU under stress just fine though.
Other Thoughts: Wish there was a version with LEDs or something but that isn't really the purpose of this little fan.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Skorpion - Gaming Mouse Bungee with Flexible Mouse Cord Arm
Pros: The stand is really nice. The price wasn't too bad and it was made well.
Cons: Doesn't deal well with braided mice cords on higher end mice.
Other Thoughts: I wish it had a little more weight to it so I know it would never move when my mouse did. It doesn't seem to do it but if you extend your hand a bit too much then it will move.READ FULL REVIEW