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Pros: Excellent workmanship
Everything is label well and wrapped with quality cable sleeves
Impressive packaging for a PSU.
10-year warranty !
Cons: Non so far...
Other Thoughts: PSU are not the sexiest part in a rig, but they sure are essential. My prev PSU started to smell a little toasty so I decided not to chance it and buy me a new one. I was little undecided on what to buy, but reviews about the EVGA 220 praised the unit so well that I had to get one. EVGA has done a tremendous job in providing a quality product that's worth the price. No flashing lights, no fancy neon sleeves... nothing but strong, well put together unit. I love it !READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SILVERSTONE Grandia Series GD05B-USB3.0 Aluminum / 0.8mm SECC micro-ATX / Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX MB, 1x5.25", 2x3.5"+1x2.5"HDD or 1x3.5"+2x2.5"HDD, 3x120mm golf bladed fan, 11" expansion card capable HTPC Case with 2X USB3.0 ports (Black)
Pros: - Nice front metal panel with polished finish.
- Quality workmanship
- Comes with 3 120mm quiet fans !
- Plenty of space to fit a Micro-ATX board
Cons: - HD mounts are away from the MB ports
Other Thoughts: The silverstone Grandia GD058 Series is a nice HTPC case that's built to last and impress. The nice polish metal front of the case gives the Grandia an elegant look that could easily blend in with other high end stereo components. The fans are efficient but not loud enough that you would notice them. This is a great sub $100 media center case that will add elegance to the living room and still manage to operate quiet enough to stay unnoticed. HD spaces are a little tight, but this is not an issue for me because I use a NAS to store my media files.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Compact GPU that's running on 150 watt PSU ! Unbelievable performance for the power consumption. HDMI video and sound, plus runs most games at a descent fps.
1. Small card that requires little power
2. Excellent for small factor media center computer / or for kids
3. Runs most games at a decent frame rate.
Cons: None ! ... not for that little $READ FULL REVIEW