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Pros: It's a computer case...I think?
Cons: IT DOES NOT HAVE 2 X 80mm FANS!!!! (2 x 60mm; Yuck!)
There is one 80mm fan attached to the bottom of the PS with one screw through a thin piece of sheet metal.
The wires exit the PS without a protective grommet, and are of mixed length (Nasty).
The LED and PWR SW leads are too short; while the Front USB and Audio leads are long enough to circle the planet!
The list goes on...
Other Thoughts: Don't buy this case!!!!!!!!!!!!
Learn from my mistake. This is a horrible case.
It's not work the $15 dollars shipping fee.
Newegg should pay you to take it out of their inventory.
And, YES a five year old could build a better case...I should have listened.
This review is from: ASUS M3N78-EM AM2+/AM2 NVIDIA GeForce 8300 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Board and Quad Core 2.8GHz only $200 bucks! Throw in 4GB of GSkill RAM for another $50! Great system foundation.
-- HDMI Out (Yeah!)
-- Nicely configurable BIOS
-- Plenty of SATA ports for a desktop machine
-- Solid construction
-- Oh... NewEgg.Com Rocks!
Cons: -- Must install windows to install Express Gate (Boo!)
-- Out-of-the-box BIOS is WAY old... Flashing to 604 fixes 99% of BIOS errors
-- RAID implementation is only para-hardware. The software portion MUST be installed during the OS load in-order to put the OS on the array. My 5 year old 32bit ABit had better RAID support (Ouch!).
Other Thoughts: Linux enthusiasts, for you to use the RAID supported by this MB, you must install the "dmraid" utility. There is little you have to do, but maybe list the RAID configured by the MB (dmraid -r). You will find the array mapped in the '/dev/mapper/' directory. Otherwise, use either 'parted' or 'gparted' to partition, and make a file system on the array.READ FULL REVIEW