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Pros: Cheap and big.
Cons: Slightly noisy and may feel slightly slow to you depending on what you expect/are use to.
Other Thoughts: I have now bought 4 of these so far (one in my gaming rig, one in a computer I built for someone and two in a RAID 1 enclosure for backing up at work) and they all work great. Its just a shame that samsung just sold there HDD division to Seagate a few months ago.READ FULL REVIEW
I spent months picking out the components for my Sandy Bridge build and this case was my clear choice.
- Giant CPU cutout
- Tons of cable management holes
- Removable HDD tray for better air flow and/or big graphics cards
- Support for tons of fans
- Wide enough for almost every CPU cooler
- Not a black interior
- No side window standard
Other Thoughts: Cooler Master makes both a Plus and an Advanced model of this case which have a black interior and windowed side, but they cost about $100. Also, the Storm Enforcer is the same as the HAF 912 Plus/Advance, but it has a different front styling. The Enforcer is also about $100. For the features you get, and at this price compared to other cases and other versions of the 912, it's the case I recommend to everyone.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great video card. It runs Battlefield: Bad Company 2 with AA and everything at 1920 x 1080 at a near constant 60 FPS. This card also runs cool. At idle it stays at about 30 C. It is also really quiet.
Other Thoughts: I'm thinking about getting a second one and running SLI. Two 460s outperform a gtx 580 and it is still cheaper.READ FULL REVIEW