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Pros: This case is the Savior incarnate in steel and plastic.
Everything about this case was clearly well thought out. The dev team on this should be given a round of beer. They clearly went through many prototypes and removed anything that would make installing components the easiest thing ever.
The 'toolbox' has everything you need outside of a screwdriver. It even screws shut using other screws from the case to ensure no spillage.
The movable HDD racks are awesome. Turned sideways they allow for the cords to be completely hidden. When turned towards the front they allow airflow to pass through and looks awesome with a light fan.
There is room behind the mobo to hide the cables and this case does a great job hiding them. It also has nicely placed access into and out of the cable area for literal everywhere in the case. The panel is a little tight but I also don't have a modular power supply so that might be part of the issue.
The handle is nice and it is easy to move even though my entire build weighs over 60 lbs.
The side window is huge. Looks better when sitting on a desk rather than beneath it though. Cant really see anything b/c the mobo is mounted so high.
There are vents and dust guards on each vent on literally every face of this case. I have yet to see how effective they are. And because so much of the case is open it breathes really nicely.
In conclusion, this was the easiest, prettiest build I've ever done. Kudos to Cool Master this case is a masterpiece. I will definitely be recommending this to anyone who wants a full sized tower.
Cons: HDD rack pins are not secured very well and will fall out during installation.
Some of the thumbscrews are put in so tight you'll need a screwdriver during the first installation.
Not a whole lot of room behind mobo to hide the cables.
The case is white so I'm not sure how good it will look with a little wear and tear on it.
Other Thoughts: TL;DR This case is high quality, great with cable management and you should buy it; unless you hate white. If you're just worried about the white don't be; it's gorgeous.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LOGISYS Computer ML12GN LED Super Bright Sunlight Stick
Pros: Very Bright
The green is standard 532nm so good all around. Easy to install.
Cons: The velcro adhesive pads that come with this product do not allow for it to be hung upside down. 3M command strips did the trick though.
This leaves sunspots in your eyes and is somewhat uncomfortable to look directly at. If you find a spot to put it not in the line of sight it will light up an entire pc case or small cave.
Other Thoughts: Would buy again if I needed to solve the entire US roadworks' lighting problem.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Preston R.
Date Joined: 08/08/10
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