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Pros: There are many good things about this case -
It looks amazing, the inelastic design keeps me in awe.
The sound dampening foam keeps the system quiet but more on that later.
The fans are quiet and the lit up NZXT logo and rear I/O is a nice touch.
The hidden PSU chamber is an extremely smart idea.
The panels are quite heavy with the steel construction.
The screws remain in the side doors and HDD cages (more on that later as well.)
Cable management was a breeze.
Cons: Firstly, the panels can scuf easily so be careful. (the front of mine scuffed barley after fiddling nail probably scratched it). The top can scratch easily as well when a psu is on top of it (my fault).
Although the screws stay inside which is a plus they sometimes get stuck and put it in awkward position.
Light could be a bright white opposed to a blueish white.
Other Thoughts: This case is amazing. If the cons are a dealbreaker get a Define R4.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: These fans look really good, the switchable rings allow it to adapt to many system styles (I used red to match my black and red H440) plus my future ROG board, they're quiet, PWM.
Cons: Rings are a bit cheaply made, but not much else to say.
Other Thoughts: They work, look good, and are decently packaged.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This power supply is wonderful. It's from a reliable brand, it's quiet (fanless operation was a selling point for me), it's semi-modular so I use the cables I need and ONLY the cables that I need, and it's 80+ Gold Rated. The price was also amazing. I was able to get it for $99.99 shipped with a promo code.
Cons: The ONLY con I have for this system is that the ends of the non-modular cables are bare which makes it slightly unappealing to look at. I don't really mind it too much but it''s worth docking an egg.
Other Thoughts: Cables aside, this PSU is outstanding. No other comments.READ FULL REVIEW
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