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Pros: No 6-pin PCI connector needed
Great performance for the cost
Doesn't take up a lot of room
Standard HDMI (I hate the mini)
Runs very cool
Cons: None. Although I wish I had the cash to purchase it when I saw it for $76. I ended up paying $89, but with the performance I would have paid $100.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for a budget card or something you can drop right into a store bought computer without a lot of hassle. This is your guy!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The case has plenty of room and plenty of spots for fans. You can fit two 80mm in the rear and one on the side. There is also a 120mm slot in front. There's no top vent, but that's perfectly ok. There's also an air intake vent at the bottom of the case. I haven't gotten my fans yet but I could easily ziptie another fan in the bottom of the case blowing towards the top. Not quite 120mm, but 80mm-90mm will be a non issue. I found the install to be easy if you've had any experience you will too.
There's even some cable management space underneath the motherboard tray, but not a lot so don't play on thick cables. Another review complained about video card length, but I don't get it? There's plenty of room.. if your card was REALLY long you could skip the 120mm fan in the front and slide your hard drive forward, but I don't even see that being a need. There are plenty of slots to place your hard drive to coordinate with your video card.
Cons: No 6 pin PCI connector. This is easily solved though, as you can get an adapter to turn two 4 pins into the 6 pin adapter. It's like $3?
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for a brand name case and brand name power supply both with decent quality. This will do it for you and it will do it at a nice price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I'm very pleased with how snappy this processor is. It's very quick and I'm very glad I purchased it in my bundle.
Cons: Intel stock CPU cooler is a pain. It's cheap and putting it in was a little silly.READ FULL REVIEW