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Pros: Great design and airflow, PWM and awesome cable length and cable comes sleeved with a molex adapter/4 screws.
They blow, and they are good for radiators or filters.
Cons: Could come with voltage resistor but then again these are pwm and I haven't bought the standard ones yet.
Other Thoughts: Bearings seem to run pretty cool, they give a decent amount of air and that's the only noise you hear is the air.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAIDMAX AEOLUS ATX-818WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Nice looks, great space, nice design. Great airflow. Filters. Cpu backplate cutout. Great customer service.
Cons: Could use more cable management space, this is the v2 so it has more than the v1 but it's still not enough for a super build, for first time its ok. Standoffs aren't standard threading. Must remove front panel to remove top panel. Thin steel. Only came with one fan (see other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: Fans, they give you one 4 led fan of decent quality. Most of the time I pull these out (and probably do most people) and replace them with good fans so why give you more then 1 when its waste and makes the case cheaper to purchase.
I'm used to my last raidmax case, the smilodon with 1mm steel. But its not gonna fall apart on you never the less.
Top fan screws.... seems they don't come with them. I emailed them and within 2 days I had my screws. I don't know if they have fixed this and these are already boxed like this, or they just like wasting money, but nether the less AWESOME customer service which raidmax has always seem to give.
Pros: Led, lower power, better picture, lighter etc etc.
Came well protected and no stuck pixels.
Newegg support is great, price went down while it was being shipped and gave me the lower price.
Cons: Wasn't free.
Could've included a HDMI cable, rather than the antique VGA cable...
Other Thoughts: Replaced my old hp 23 inch lcd with this just because....READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Charles V.
Date Joined: 06/18/08
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