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Pros: Easy install; connected swiftly; stayed connected. I'm using it with the remote base on my desk, away from the case and monitors. Router is ~8m and one wall away. DSL service for now, upgrading to cable in the near future (and will update this review afterward)..
Cons: None thus far.
Other Thoughts: I'd like to say that "Celeste" from ASUS may not be an actual person, but they honored my problems with the PCE-AC66 I'd purchased and that wasn't compatible with the Z87 chipset. This unit was a direct and no-cost replacement, which they shipped without waiting for my old device to reach them.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: HUGE; nice, functional cable routing; lots of racks for drives; two big and quiet 200mm fans; convenient fan speed knob; air intakes pop off for easy cleaning; 4 USB3.0 ports on top; beautiful window on left side (comes with mesh panel if you'd rather that).
Cons: HUGE -- wider than I'd expected and didn't fit in the hanging under-desk rack I have; instructions were very uninformative (e.g. can the fan LEDs be turned off? Who knows!); on the heavy side.
Other Thoughts: I really like this case. It moves a lot of air, so I'm not scared to dabble in some overclocking without liquid CPU cooling. It looks fantastic, and it's easy to work inside it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: XFX PRO750W XXX Edition Semi-Modular 80Plus Silver 750 Watt Power Supply
Pros: Easy install; box loaded with cables; good instructions; looks good through the case window.
Cons: None thus far (fingers crossed!).
Other Thoughts: After years of upgrading, I used this XFX power supply in my first "clean slate" build. No trouble in the build, and it's worked well since. Not knowing it's even there is a pretty good result, in my book.READ FULL REVIEW