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Pros: Amazing airflow, great space to work in.
Cons: Very heavy, very big, but that's not really a con, just a warning. Unless you plan on carrying around your computer a lot, this should not matter.
Other Thoughts: I came here to share that I purchased this case in 2009. Recently, the top 'brain' of the case with the USBs and power switches etc, just stopped working entirely. I had to manually press the button on my motherboard to turn it on, which was really annoying. I looked up Coolermaster's warranty site and I still had the original email of my purchase. I gave them the order number and explained that the brain on top of my case died, but that the rest was all well, told them it was a HAF 932 and asked if a replacement was possible. They never replied to me, so at first I was a bit disgruntled, but within a week, I had a box at my door containing a new brain for the case!
I can't tell you how happy I am that I didn't have to go buy a whole new case just because the brain died, and it DID last for about 4 years of constant use.
I will never buy anything again that isn't Coolermaster (Or EVGA, another amazing company) if I don't have to. This is truly a first-class company.
Pros: I upgraded from a GTX 465 to this 680 and it is a ridiculous improvement. I went from having to limit some settings, like heavy shadows, to just maxing everything. Plays Skyrim on ultra settings with max distances and never drops below 35 fps, and usually sits at 55-75 fps.
It runs cooler and uses less power than the 465 card. My Windows score on graphics improved from 6.8 to 7.9 - which is the highest it can be.
Cons: None. It's expensive, but it's totally worth it.
Other Thoughts: Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64, 8 GB 1066 RAM, and an i7 960 with EVGA x58 classified mobo.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've had this HDD for about 6 months and it has worked flawlessly.
Cons: Corsair never sent me my rebate for this item. I had built a new computer and had several rebates to send, to EVGA, Intel, and OCZ. They all sent me my rebates and I know I did them all correctly. I tried to contact Corsair and they told me I probably forgot to sign the paper or something and then hung up on me.
Extremely rude company and do not expect to get your rebate!!!
Other Thoughts: The hardware does what it's supposed to do - it's a shame the people don't.READ FULL REVIEW