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Pros: This case is perfect for nearly any gaming build you are thinking of.
There is plenty of room for nearly any build. You can add more room for extra Hard Drives for larger GPUs, such as the Titan or Radeon 290X, by adding and removing the middle HDD/SSD cage.
Despite how cheap this case may seem, so far it has proven to be very well built and sturdy. This case does not feel cheap at all, built with strong sheet metal, only the front and top are built of plastic.
This case is also very well ventilated, creating reliable airflow, especially useful if you want to go for an SLI configuration and heavy over clocking. If you want to do this, however, I recommend you purchase more fans, using at least one 200mm fan. Although the two 120mm fans which come with the case are not low quality, and have worked for me for some time now.
Overall, I have enjoyed this case for the time I have owned it, and I know that it has plenty more room for upgradability in the future.
Cons: The only downside I can think of with this case is the fact that if you want to implement water cooling, you need to mount the radiator on the top of the case. I however, do not plan using a water cooler, so it won't lose any eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This PSU has worked great for my current build, running an FX-6350 and GTX 760 Superclocked GPU no problems. It has never failed to start and I have had no problems with it so far. I will unfortunately have to replace it soon in order to adjust for a pair of GTX 760s in SLI, but that is my fault. I will probably use it on another, less powerful build in the future.
Cons: The wires can be bulky and hard to work with, so make sure your case it large enough. Purchase a modular PSU for Mini builds.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought this card about 3 weeks ago from another supplier (reason for not being verified), before I began using Newegg.com as my tech supplier. So far it has been a great purchase, and has far surpassed the old Radeon HD 7570 it replaced.
It runs Assassins Creed 4, when paired with a AMD FX-6350, at an average 60 FPS and rarely, if ever, drops below 40 only during graphically intense
situations. Great card for a gamer on a budget, and when you SLI 2 of these babies it surpasses even the GTX 780.
Cons: Only had one issue when it came to this card. The adapter that changed the 8-pin PCIe to 2 6-pin PCIe would not fir into the slot in the card. Luckily my PCU had enough connectors though. But would of been a large issue if it had not.READ FULL REVIEW