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Pros: Build well - better than other cheap cases.
Corsair is a great company if you have problems.
Cons: Too bad - I thought this would make a good case for a second computer build. I already have a really nice computer built into the Corsair 800 case.
I went to remove the motherboard so I could make an adjustment but the screw mounts (2) on the case came loose/broke under the board. One broke away from the case the other just broke and spins only - making the motherboard (which is a high end board) unable to be removed from the case.
And I have built a few systems in my day so I know not to tighten motherboards too much.
So even if I wanted to RMA it my motherboard is stuck. Oh well guess it will live in the case forever.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for - or in the case I pay for what I get.
2 thumbs down!
Pros: Wanting to find out what the pros are......
Cons: Man I am having no luck with WD drives. I now sit on 4 drives that have gone bad.
Two 750 Black drives have Uncorrectable Sector Counts.
One in the past was already returned for the same thing.
Both current 750 drives still within Warranty.
One 2 TB Green with Uncorrectable Sector Count.
And now my brand new 1 TB Black has Reallocated Sectors Count.
I have not started the RMA process with WD for the older two 750 blacks and single 2 TB green. Fingers crossed it goes smooth since I bought them here on Newegg and have receipts.
Of coarse NewEgg is replacing the brand new 1TB Black (because NewWgg rocks!!)
WD I hope you are as good at RMA as people say. :)
Other Thoughts: The bad drives will lock up my system. The information about the sectors comes from the SMART monitors.
My system is very nice new top of the line components and power supply.
Pros: Has a good picture which is why I picked it. Perfect size for what I needed.
Cons: Really disappointed with just how bad the Optical touchscreen works.
I use it to touch small buttons and it is just not precise at all (yes I have calibrated it over and over).
Sometimes does not even detect touch at all. Other times the point is so far away from where I touched.
A small bug can set your mouse off.
Just wanted to write a review to warn others not to get Optical technology in their touchscreen.
I have three 27" monitors above this one. I work in 3D industry.
Came back to Newegg tonight to find a non optical touchscreen and put this one in the house for less precise work.
Also you must look at it straight on or the colors distort. Mine is at a slight angle to fit under my other screen and I can not use it for any color or texture work (kinda my job).
Other Thoughts: Do yourself a favor and look for a more modern solution. Optical touch is old technology.
My mistake getting this one.
LOVE MY NEWEGG!!! I will have a new touchscreen this week with a few clicks here.