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Pros: They're decent drives until they fail
Cons: Dead after 15 months, 3 months past warranty period
Other Thoughts: I bought 5 of these drives for a home NAS and VMware lab box. First drive has now died, with another starting to sound similar to the failed unit. The 3 and 4TB Seagate drives have a reputation for premature failure, but I didn't do my research ahead of time. Buyer beware, go with another more reliable brand.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very good ventilation, the removable mobo tray makes that part of the installation a breeze, and the 2 tier layout makes cable management much cleaner and easier to work with than traditional towers. The finish seems durable thus far. Overall, a well thought out case
Cons: Lack of 3.5" drive bays (only 2), and the metal is too thin for a true LAN case where you'll be hauling the case around and abusing it. The hotswap drive trays are plastic, and feel very flimsy.
Also, the 2.5" drive retention mechanism is just a pair of plastic rails that have studs to mate into the screw holes of a drive, then you snap the assembly into the drive cage. VERY flimsy, the rails don't really snap into the cage well, do not like.
Other Thoughts: This is a decent case, and I really do like the layout with the motherboard sitting in its own tray above the drives. You have to plan differently when installing in this case, for example run all your cabling ahead of time so you don't end up putting in the motherboard tray without the SATA cables run. The metal is thin, but I haven't had problems with it bending, so I would just caution that I don't see it as being strong enough to act as a true LAN gamer case.
If the metal was a bit thicker and there were more 3.5" drive bays (there's room in the case), this would be 4-4.5 stars, no question.
This review is from: RAZER Lycosa Keyboard
Pros: It looks nice, and has backlit keys. I have largely liked the responsiveness and tactile feedback from the keys when typing.
Cons: - Keys stick (not physically, but electronically)
- backlighting switches modes or turn itself off at random
- touch sensitive media and backlight controls sometimes just don't work
Only way to fix these problems is to unplug the keyboard, wait 5-10 secs, then plug back in.
Other Thoughts: If I wanted a piece of junk keyboard, I'd have bought something for a couple bucks. My old G15 Logitech with some bad keys is still a better gaming board, because I don't get stuck keys in the middle of a multiplayer game and have to go AFK while I unplug my keyboard. Razer support has promised an RMA, but still working on that.
I cannot recommend this board at all, there's too much out there for similar money (or less) that'll work better. This was my first Razer brand product and it'll probably be my last.