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Pros: Where to begin? lol I bought two of these; one for front intake, one for rear exhaust to replace the stock fans. They are more than powerful enough and rather silent as well. Lighting is more of a dark blue, and quite intense; I love it. As far as versatility, see other thoughts.
Cons: The metal grates are a pain and a half to get on; the screws aren't fitted for the holes on the fan, so you need something sturdy with a solid grip on it to secure them both to the case and the grate to the fan. At least I know they won't be going anywhere!
Other Thoughts: Yes, the fan controllers included take up an expansion slot. Make room for them, don't rely on the motherboard/Speedfan to adjust them. They are far more powerful and versatile with the included controllers, which also allow you to use molex power connectors instead of your motherboard's fan connectors.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Three year OEM warranty. Lots of space. What more can you want?
Cons: Not a complete con (see other thoughts), but Seagate changed from a 5 year to a 3 year warranty OEM. Something to be aware of, all the same.
Other Thoughts: Little disheartened they changed their OEM warranty to three years instead of five, but at least I've never needed it! I have never once had a Seagate drive fail, and this one is no different.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Virtually any power connector you'll ever need, and there's plenty of them as well. Exhaust fan is nice and power, while still quiet, as well!
Cons: Not modular. Takes a lot of space to house the other connectors you may not be using; get some zipties and you'll be fine, though.
Other Thoughts: My first one was bad, apparently, but Newegg replaced it quickly enough at no cost. Second one is still going strong, no problems on it.READ FULL REVIEW