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Pros: Plugged it in, fired up the computer, migrated my OS from a HDD to the Intel 730 Series using Paragon. No hiccups at all, seems very fast.
Cons: -None so far
Other Thoughts: So I've only had the SSD a few days, so if anything changes I'll come back and update this review.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Aesthetically I really like this case. Of course I wouldn't have bought it if I didn't. After recieving it, I'm glad I got it- the case really ties the room together.
The separation of the SSDs, PSU, and Optical drives from the Motherboard, ect is a really neat design. Giving you easy access to whichever side you need to work on. Thought there are some potential cons with this (see below).
Very sturdy, clean, easy to assemble.
Cons: -The window feels like cheap plastic and I'm not sure how durable it will prove to be.
-The two separate sides lends itself to cable management....but depending on the orientation of your motherboard you may have your Pwr cables and data cables stretching across each other a bit. Still plenty of room, but if you wanted a clean look through that window, maybe it won't be as imagined*
-Its a Mid Tower...but big because it's wide. I don't mind at all and think it's great- however if someone is looking to conserve space maybe it's not for them. I downgraded from a full tower and I'm essentially takinig up the same amount of room (just horizontally now instead of vertically)
Other Thoughts: -The cable management/look could all depend on your PSU, Motherboard, cable lengths ect. I just found mine looks a little jumbled.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: When I first received this monitor I was extremely happy. It looked great out of the box and setup was super easy. I bought the monitor for video editing / photography and I could have been more pleased. To top it off games looked great as well.
Cons: However six months in and the monitor starts to have issues powering up. After going into standby mode for long periods of time it shuts off and does not turn back on - unless you unplug the power cord and plug it back in. That started about for months in. A month after that it no longer detects a signal. I know it's not the cables / computers I've tried several and the issue is the monitor. I've noticed other owners have had this problem as well. Still waiting for a response. $750 monitor should last a lot longer than 6 months.READ FULL REVIEW