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Pros: This is a great fan!
It moves a considerable amount of air, and it does so relatively quietly, even under stress. I've got quite a few of these installed in my case, and it's still not all that loud. Mounting it was incredibly easy as well.
Cons: None that I can think of!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a great little fan!
It moves a considerable amount of air for a 140mm fan, and even more impressively is the fact that it does so relatively quietly! Also a nice touch is the fact that it can be mounted in spots meant for 120mm fans.
Cons: The fan cable is a bit shorter than I would have liked to see, but I made it work easily enough. The price is also a bit higher than I would like, but considering the performance of the product, I'd say it's still worth it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is an awesome case. I was debating between it and several others for my build, which is my first build, but in the end I chose this case, and I'm definitely glad I did.
What do I like about the case?
1) It's very solid and doesn't feel cheap and flimsy.
2) There's a ton of space inside of it.
3) It offers a number of slots for adding extra drives.
4) You can run a number of fans for added air flow.
5) The front panel features USB 3.0 ports.
All in all, I love everything about this case. It's sturdy and solid, the inside has plenty of space for large video cards and any cables you end up with, has a myriad of expansion bays, USB 3.0 ports on the front panel, and plenty of ventilation, which I'm obsessed with.
Cons: There are only a couple of things that I don't like or found wrong with this case, which is why I'm giving it 4 eggs.
1) A screw that holds the side panel on was stripped.
2) The filter for the front fan is a real pain to clean.
3) The expansion bays are a bit of a pain to use.
One of the screws that holds one of the side panels on was stripped. After I removed it, I couldn't get it back in. The panel stays secure with just the one screw in, but it's still irritating not having that extra screw in place. The filter in the front requires complicated disassembly of the case to get to, and the expansion bays are a total pain to use, especially if installing an SSD.
Other Thoughts: All in all, I still really, really like this case. I'm glad that I bought it, and I recommend it to anyone interested!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Patrick W.
Date Joined: 06/25/13
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