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Pros: Nice purple LEDs, although they don't light up much when the fan runs at lower speeds.
Cons: Very noisy. Running at 41% speed, 950 RPMs right now, I can easily hear the drone of them. When they drop down to about 25% speed, then they are essentially inaudible. Could be noisier because I have one oriented straight up.
Other Thoughts: UPDATE: The one oriented straight up started whining shrilly and not spinning. I wouldn't recommend these fans overall, but definitely not if you're going to put them at a non-standard orientation.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great picture, no dead pixels, good looking monitor, reliability of Asus.
Other Thoughts: With my graphics card, I had to set the overscan to max, and there's still a tiny black empty space all around the screen, so I'm losing a couple millimeters or real estate. Not really an issue, but a little strange.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Modularity saves some cable mess. No problems so far. Fan stays off all the time because of how little power the setup draws. (With a GTX 1060)
Cons: Nothing big, but even for a simple mini-itx setup, I still had to plug in most of the modular cables, and they're pretty stiff, so I had to get creative shoving them in corners to keep good airflow.READ FULL REVIEW