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Pros: Always look at the compatibility list before buying things.
I purchased everything in one sitting and everything fits together perfectly.
-Running strong (pretty much 24/7) for a year+ now.
-Supports my 32G of ram running at 2133MHz (N82E16820231524)
-Runs and overclocks my i7 to unreal numbers (5GHz) (also thanking my cooling system) (N82E16819116492)
-Plenty of room for expansion
-Easy debugging with LED error codes
-ASUS has been my #1 supplier motherboard after two of my Gigabyte mobos have failed me
Cons: Some of the ram slots get covered by my fan. This could be my fault, but good to note.
Other Thoughts: I see so many people complaining here and I just want to clarify:
I've made the mistake of purchasing incompatible hardware so I always read every line before building a computer.
This was the first thing I purchased when creating my new build.
I haven't tried the OC Key.
This review is from: Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition (VN10006W2N) White and Black SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case with Four Fans-1x 200mm Colorshift side fan, 1x 200mm Colorshift top fan, 1x 200mm Colorshift front fan and 1x 140mm rear fan
Pros: This tower was:
Easy to manage
Has awesome dust removal features
Easy to add/remove hard drives
All ports worked except power button (see cons)
Cons: Came with a broken power button (I am using reset as the power on button with no reset button)
I broke one of the hard drive removal bays because I applied SOME pressure (shouldn't have been enough to break it)
Other Thoughts: Overall a great case. I never really use the change colors feature, but it's fancy for those looking to show off. I keep this thing 'locked' to keep all of my expensive hardware safe. 'Locked' in quotes because we can't call it safe.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Put out enough watts to power my old quad core Q6600, an ATI 4650, a 10,000 rpm Velociraptor, and 6 gigs of ram
Cons: Not modular, can't handle the newer stuff
Other Thoughts: I still use this on a build of mine that is from 2009. If you are getting a new system, I would recommend using Newegg's watt calculator (newegg dot com/BizIntell/tool/psucalc/index.html)READ FULL REVIEW
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