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Pros: 8 HD cages with their own fans 3 5.25" ,nice touch for Blue burner
extra 3 fan bar for the middle of the case. a great DIY'er .
you will not want to lift this case around too often.
Cons: molex ! molex ! ----connectors out the ying-yang. All from the fans 7 total, has to be a better way, I ended up stripping the wire and soldering the ends together
Other Thoughts: get rid the the PITA plastic hard drive inserts go back to old fashioned screws.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: metal internal cage construction, but cheap plastic clips for removal of HD's, as long as you are careful, it seems to be okay. Nice snug fit for the power and sata II connectors. The most write speeds I have seen is 34Mb/sec on a single platter 1 TB HD.
Cons: It would have been nice to have a little more internal memory for reaching their advertises speed of 72 Mb/sec
Other Thoughts: make sure to write all zeros to the drive or it won't properly initialize. AND definitely take the time to register the product on Buffalo's web site; it will be worth you whileREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought mine in December 2011 and never looked back. Did a clean install of Windows 7 64 bit and it's been running great ever since. I run Adobe Creative Suites for a living and the applications just fly open. It does take a little longer to boot the computer up because of the inializing process, but it is well worth the time. I am running this with the 6 core Intel i7 cpu and 16 gig of ddr3 ram on the LGA 1366 motherboard.
Other Thoughts: ran the Atto benchmarks and it delivers as promised. Way out performs the Sata 3 routeREAD FULL REVIEW