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This review is from: RAIDMAX ATX-321WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: -Looks great.
-Comes with two 120mm case fans.
-Front door hides power buttons, front IO, and 5.5" bays for a cleaner look.
-Side window to show off your build.
Cons: -Two over sized hard drive cages which are irremovable and limit graphics card size to 10 inches.
-Front door feels flimsy and easy to break off.
-Doesn't offer many options for cable management.
-Narrow for a mid tower, so I had to go with a smaller CPU cooler.
Other Thoughts: I used this for my first gaming build. It's not really the quality of this case that I don't like, it's just not so thought out. If it was a little wider and had an option to remove the HDD cage, I would be a lot happier with it. I also wish the window wasn't so tinted.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper TX3 - CPU Cooler with 3 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: -Cheap for the performance you get.
-Doesn't need a motherboard back plate, so easy installation.
-You can mount two fans.
-Works for all sockets.
Cons: -Uses 92mm fans. If your case is big enough, it's better to have a 120mm fan CPU cooler.
Other Thoughts: I use this with an AMD FX-6300. With the stock cooler, I got over 50 degrees over load, this one only goes to 37. Great improvement for such a cheap cooler!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec NEW SOLUTION SERIES VSK-4000 Black SGCC steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Cons: -Did not come with a manual. Antec's website doesn't have a manual for it either.
-No front USB 3
-You can only mount 2 case fans.
-Really bad cable management.
Other Thoughts: It works fine for the build I used it for. However, coming from a company like Antec, I expect more. It just doesn't seem to have the Antec quality that I experienced in their power supplies and more expensive cases.READ FULL REVIEW
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