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Pros: Quiet since fan doesn't run unless needed (which I haven't heard it come on with my build, so could be just it is almost silent). Nice and modular, looks good with nice cables. Runs without much heat, and very efficient. No more wasting a lot more power to keep my computer on than it needs.
Other Thoughts: Don't plan on your PSU fan being your exhaust fan.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good case with lots of room to work and for cable management. Excellent cooling. A really flexible case with good ports and compatibility. Heavy duty case should remain durable for a long time.
Cons: Don't care much for the screwless expansion card slots, they are a bit awkward to figure out how to use (broke one before I figured it out:), and even after that they don't fit with my video card so I still had to use a screw to hold it in. Glad that the screw option was still available as a backup.
Other Thoughts: Wish the blue one had the same price with free shipping :) I can live with red though, the best case I have worked with. I've worked with a lot of cases.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks nice, runs cool. Excellent onboard sound. Easy to overclock with great BIOS. Can flash the BIOS with a thumb drive, very useful feature. Great fan control with plugs for lots of fans, drives, and other ports.
Cons: For some reason it detects my Corsair Dominator Platinum 1600mhz (9-9-9-24) 8GB sticks as 1333mhz. The board is able to overclock RAM though, so no big deal once I figure out how to do it correctly :)
Other Thoughts: Not at e-ATX board like is listed in details here on newegg. It is just a regular ATX, but it fit my case a bit odd, the processor sits in a different location than the case thought it should be. I have a Cooler Master HAF 932 case. Still, once I got it up and running it has proven to be another great mobo from ASUS.READ FULL REVIEW