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Pros: I liked the looks and the features, the price is what sold it. $25, that's nothing.. It's a PC case, decent enough for what it is. Not the Best avail, but certainly nothing cheaper in price, not this month at least.
Cons: Ok, others complain about sharp edges and crushed/damaged sheet metal. I had to look for the sharp edges, but Yes, they're in there. Don't mind, be aware. Yes, mine arrived slightly bent in the back, where the P/S goes. I don't think it's the shipping either, I think it's happening at the factory. I was able to straighten it easily enough, and even if I didn't, it was minor. Didn't care.
Other Thoughts: Case is what I wanted, wasn't surprised. It's $25, what do some people expect? I actually bought two of them :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked as designed, no surprises, this was my first board from Newegg, have now bought 3. Never a problem.
Other Thoughts: For an IvyBridge CPU, a great board. Lots of features. Surprised by what I paid for it a year ago ($72) compared to what I just paid for a Haswell board ($39). Both loaded with desired features.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill CAPSTONE-550-M – 550-Watt Modular Active PFC Power Supply – Continuous @ 122 Deg. F (50C), 80 PLUS Gold, ATX12V v2.31 & EPS12V v2.92, Intel Haswell, SLI, & CrossFire Ready
Pros: Ehh, it's a PSU, modular, does what it's supposed to. Hmm.. packaged nicely, includes little rubber caps/covers to cover the unused sockets, came with a nice 'Rosewill' labeled pouch to store unused harnesses in. Works.
Cons: I think.. it was pricey $100 discounted to 70+4 shipping. Maybe? No remorse in buying it but maybe I didn't look enough at other options. I wanted modular and at the time, for under 550W, this was it. So be it.
Other Thoughts: If it fits your needs, buy it.READ FULL REVIEW