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This review is from: GIGABYTE gz-ph1a3 Black SGCC ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Nice-looking case, room for 2 fans up to 90mm: One in front, one in back, plus mount for 120mm fan on side panel.
Price was excellent, almost cost as much to ship.
Cons: Thinner gauge steel than I'm used to seeing, motherboard standoffs stripped out holes when tightening, had to get creative.
No bottom feet, 1 rear fan (80mm) only. Took an egg for assembly difficulty, gave it back for Newegg's prompt shipping and handling.
Other Thoughts: Be very careful when tightening motherboard standoffs.
Also, there is a mounting area for a front fan, but make sure you get a THIN one, not more than 90mm in size. 120mm will NOT fit, either front or back. Side panel has room for 2 fans, (1) x 120mm plus a CPU duct that can be replaced with an 80mm.
This is a bare bones case, no doubt about that. Well worth the price though.
Be advised: Front panel will not pop off by itself, it is fastened to the case.
The interior is VERY tight, distance between PSU and DVD drive about 1 inch depending on size of components.
Will fit graphics cards to about 9.5 inches in length (maybe). Standard ATX board will fit, but very tight.
No tool-less wonder here folks...everything's done the hard(ware) way...;) Get the screwdriver and be patient.
Dirt-cheap, got it for $19.99 plus $9.99 shipping.
Pros: Clear, crisp highs, full mids and excellent bass response.
Excellent quality, hard to believe these cost $99. Over-the-ear keeps out a LOT of unwanted stuff.
Cons: None that I can think of, unless you have a size 8 head. A little tight, but that can be a good thing.
Other Thoughts: Admittedly, I've been out of the audio scene for a LONG time but these are impressive. However, nothing I remember sounded quite this good.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: David G.
Date Joined: 11/08/08
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