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Pros: It's big, it glows, it's shiny and best of all it vents air awesomely for a fan set up v.s. coolant system, etc. so it doesn't really get hot or super dusty. I had it for 8 months and opened it up to clean out any dust clusters and such, there weren't any to be found just a thin sheet layer of dust on the components and that's it!
Cons: It is MASSIVE, carrying it with all the components inside is like lifting a boulder, plus it takes up a lot of space and the front has a door for the drives and such so it's kind of an inconvenient design flaw, but it's a giant glowing awesome tower so I'm happy with it for the most part.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've had this HD for a while and it hasn't failed me yet. Transfer times are great, boot time isn't bad for a regular HD, and the space is plenty for games and such.
Cons: Mine makes some ticking noises that sometimes scare me like my hard drive is going to go out, but I've had it for almost a year and it hasn't done anything to cause alarm, I think it's just my paranoia that all of my data may or may not get flushed down the drain lol
Other Thoughts: Great if you plan to use for storage, or even as a cheaper boot device/storage space, inexpensive and definitely worth what you get.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This thing runs like a champ, I can have like 10+ programs open without any lag whatsoever, it can run games and programs at the same time without any lag or minimal lag, who the hell needs an Intel 8-core for over $1,000 when you can buy this thing?? It even runs Photoshop and Illustrator pretty smoothly(at least until you set the brush size to 2500 in PS CS5 lol)
Cons: This thing doesn't have 8 physical cores, but it is still technically an 8 core processor because each core basically has 2 "mini-cores" inside of them, I believe the term is "threads" so it has 4 physical cores but each core has 2 threads each so that makes 8 "cores" in total.
Other Thoughts: Don't be discouraged by the fact that it doesn't have 8 physical cores, it still runs like a beast. It won't do massive quantities of computations for mathematics, but it sure as hell will run your games and other programs like a boss.READ FULL REVIEW