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Pros: Small footprint and size, can easily hold higher-end components, and fits a surprisingly large amount of components. Stylish, sleek, and all around a very decent case, even more so when you consider the cost.
Cons: I really haven't came across any. My build went right into the case without an issue, and was exactly what I was expecting. I am not saying the case is perfect, but for the intended purpose I had for the case it was.
Other Thoughts: I moved my TV server from a large 600T to this in order to place the server up on my half rack, and get it off of the floor. The case easily housed my Maximus IV Gene Gen 3, an H80 CPU cooler, my three HDD's, the PSU, and both of my inifinitv's without an issue. I couldn't be happier with this case.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great value all the way around probably best choice of a CPU if you aren't planning to do any overclocking.
Cons: really none.
Other Thoughts: I am running this in a home computer at the moment. The computer has a Asus Maximus V Gene z77 chipset running Windows 8.1 and there is not a single fuss from this CPU. Thus far it has proven to be a very stable, and reliable CPU. I am hoping to move this build to a small home server in the future, which is why I went with the Xeon in the first place.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have a total of 8 of these drives in two different computer. I have 6 in my FreeNAS box, with out a single issue, and two in my desktop, which neither have had an issue either. Overall, the drives are a great value, and seem to do pretty well in basic raid arrays.
Cons: These drives, and Seagate in general seem to have a bad rap. I am sure there are valid reason for that, but I haven't came across them.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this drive to nearly anyone. They aren't the fastest drive out there, but for what you pay, and the capacity you get there are very few, if any, choices that top this drive.READ FULL REVIEW