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Pros: Cheap, cool, and runs almost any game flawless
Cons: Nothing comes to mindREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap enterprise HD drive with large space to fill.
Cons: Louder than typical hard drives, sounds similar to an old velociraptor 10,000rpm drive.
Other Thoughts: Formatted, installed o/s and ran WD diagnostics and no errors. It's a bit noisier than some of my other hard drives, and comes with Dell sticker but would buy another as long as it doesn't come DOA. I've had the best luck with WD hard drives over the years even buying refurbs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price and power supply bundle make it great for those on a budget. It's made of fairly thin material so it is very lightweight, but not overly thin where case is easy manipulated.
Cons: No usb 3.0 for front panel, but in my case not needed. Also wouldn't be bad to include a dust filter for intake fan and more ventilation up front. I would actually prefer no side ventilation to cut down on noise.
Other Thoughts: The case is actually a lot sturdier than other budget cases I have dealt with. It meets my expectations as far as price and durability go. The fans that are included are fairly quiet, but also are disappointing in terms of airflow. Overall I would recommend for a budget build,READ FULL REVIEW