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Pros: Inexpensive, crossfire
Cons: Stopped working within 9 months. Had issues after about 3. Seeking reimbursement.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Overclocks fine and can exceed the 4.1GHz Turbo, 6 cores, really cheap, stays cool, can't go wrong for the price.
Cons: Loud stock cooler.
Other Thoughts: This CPU seems stable with overclocking at the unlocked 4.1GHz. Temperatures stay around 15-18c when idle, and get around 35-40c while gaming. Others say this can overclock well past the 4.1GHz but I have not tried.
My only complaint is that the stock CPU fan is rather loud at times. Temporary but effective solution is to enable some sort of smart CPU fan configuration which should drop the RPMs by nearly 2000 when not under heavy burden.
This review is from: NZXT GAMMA Classic Series GAMA-001BK Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Easy to access screw-less hard drive bay, lots of space, runs very cool, easy installation of devices, air filters.
Cons: Unsure where front fan goes, poor instruction manual.
Other Thoughts: I bought this on sale with a mail in rebate so for the price it's a great case. But, I probably wouldn't pay more than $35 for it, after rebates/sales. There is a lot of room to install devices and there is a front and PSU built in air filter. I'm guessing the front fan sits behind that air filter but I question how well it would work given the amount of blockage between the fan and hard drives. The instructions were pretty bad; however, sufficient enough to get by for beginners with some common sense.
No issues with front ports working.
The screw-less hard drives slide in from the side with the solid wall, with the inputs facing the same solid wall.
The case came cosmetically broken on the top front where the plastic extrudes. But, given the condition of the box I'm fairly sure the blame can be pinned on UPS for that one. Was an easy fix. Given the condition of paying $35 or less this case was an easy 5 eggs.