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Pros: This is a great case not sure what those others were talking about. Only issue i had what that the spacers inside the case used to separate the PSU-VIDEO and CPU would not fit with the Board i chose. I still have all original fans- runs 24Hrs a day and 7 days a weeks. Not loud...And its not about CFMs any more you want to have consistent airflow not just a loud mess of fast moving fans..Also love the Cable management on the rear side of the Motherboard tray-Very niice Tt...I have now since Upgraded from the MSI K9N2 Diamond/Phenomx4 940/8GBOCZ reaperHPC/XFX GTX260 BE(216 Core) ----Now i have the Fx-8150/32GB Mushkin Blackline1866MHz/HD6950-2GB/ASUS Sabretooth-990fx---case/fans still running like brand new.
Cons: Not really a con, but the thing with the Spacers kinda suckked but oh well. :D
Other Thoughts: lol at the guy that the got the 3000RPM fan and 130CFM then he bought a fan controller to quiet them down....Does he not know he is slowing them down and reducing the RPMs and CFMs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card is a 3870!!!!!, cheap as some of the 3850's, the card is nice I played Crysis at 50fps,
Cons: Uses so much pwr, 30amps on the 12v rail, 30amps for it then how ever many amps for your HDD, DVD burner, and fans=total amount
Other Thoughts: be sure that your case is big enough for this card, and make sure you have at least a 450 watt psu, I was playing Medal of Honor Airborne and my whole comuter just powered off, b/c there wasn't enough amperage on the 12v rail.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This was my first external Enclosure, and what a great buy. Made of aluminum, side plates are plastic. decent eSATA length, quiet fan, comes with eSATA bracket if you don't have eSATA port already. Free shipping
Cons: since fan doesn't move very fast my drive gets alittle warm. I wish that Rosewill would have put a fan speed controller on this product also, that would have made this the best
Other Thoughts: Check Out youtube.com/RRooooooNNNN, for the review video.
The blue LEDs one is always on to indicate power, and the other only flashes when drive is active.
Intel desktop mobo, Pentium extreme 3.73GHz, 4GB DDR2 667MHz, 320GB SATA HDD, Sapphire HD 3650 512 GDDR3, 450 Watt psu