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Pros: Quick and easy to install. Astetically pleasing in my PC.
Cons: Might have to install a HDD or SSD "upside down" to make attaching SATA data and power cables.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: While it's not the fastest SSD out there it is fast enough and reliable. There are no real downsides. If you're still using 7,200 or 10,000 rpm hdd you really need to upgrade to SSD.
Cons: Wish I had bought two or went with a 512GB Intel SSD.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy access to motherboard components, quiet, sturdy, nice change of pace from the typical computer case.
Cons: Protective paper on surfaces is a pain to remove, rear mount fan behind drive bay can be cumbersome to connect power and data cables to SSD/HDD and ODD, PSU mounting bracket didn't fit my PSU (Dell XPS 730 1,000watt), had to remount drives with 2 ODD and 1 HDD and 1 SSD ran out of room with slide tray.
Other Thoughts: Overall not a bad chassis. I used to hear my computer fans before I got to my office, now I have to check to make sure the thing is on it's so quiet and that is nice.READ FULL REVIEW