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This review is from: Fractal Design Define S with Window Side Panel Silent Computer Case
Pros: Love the look and the layout a lot!!!! Feels good and cable management straps are included. The size is smaller than I normally get but I think I just need to get used to it.
Cons: Limited in what cooling you can use. I got this case, asus x99 deluxe 3.1 and H110iGT cooler. Usually I put the AIO cooler up top in either an exhaust format or intake but with the included rear exhaust fan the AIO will not fit on top, even if you move it to the front of the case the cooler will not fit right. Might be more a corsair cooler issue, which I'll write in that review. With my PSU being a bit longer, 1000w EVGA P2, i was unable to use the bottom fan slot like I wanted but that isnt too bad. However I felt I could have used a better cutout on the bottom of the case for more cables from my PSU.
Other Thoughts: I still like the case alot and wont be returning it, just took longer to put together than I thought.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager GS 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFVYGS3-128GB
Pros: Fast when it works, lots of space.
Cons: Stopped working after a month and 2 transfers. corrupted data first, then I had to format it to get it to move data to and from the disk. Tried to put data back on the disk and it would go about 60% and then fail, the drive would be removed from the PC. Tried multiple PC's same result, shows "phison usb disk 50x showing 0 MB" . Also shows "Insert disk" even if the unit is plugged in.
Other Thoughts: Now i have dead flash drive, guess ill have to get another brand :-/READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Obsidian 750D Black Aluminum / Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case
Pros: Lots of room, sleek looking, not to expensive, lots of HDD space and SSD slots are real nice.
Cons: Well its not the 650D, which i think feels much better in quality. Door panels dont fall off when you take the screws out, infact there arent screws on the 650D, but latches, which i wish the 750 had. The metal feels thinner, which i guess saves on weight, but i feel like im gonna break something sometimes.
Other Thoughts: Overall its a good case, but if you can, I'd get the 650D, I got the 750D for my new system but am taking my old system out of the 650D and putting it in the 750D and using the 650D for my new system.READ FULL REVIEW