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Pros: Rolled edges, lots of room, lots of fans, high quality steel construction, variable speed fan controls, great cable management with lots of options for concealment, top fan mount excepts 240mm water cooling radiator. I was impressed when I got the case as it was double boxed due to its weight. The side panels fold out and not slide back, I would complain about this on all my previous cases and was delighted to see the some one was listening. This case is built rock solid and looks superior. I would highly recommend Rosewill after working with this case. Got it in less than a week.
Cons: I really cant find anything to complain about. I had absolutely no problems installing all my components. A lot of care must have went into this case design and it shows. I was a little apprehensive at first being its a House Brand, but look no further this case rocks.
Other Thoughts: AMD FX 8320 CPU @4gh
Corsair H100i 240mm water cooling
Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 rev. 4 MOBO.
Corsair CX750M modular PSU
Corsair Vengance 1600 8gb
XFX R9 270X DD
And of course the Rosewill THRONE!
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-Bit
Pros: Its not windows 8 or 8.1. You need to have an OS that is mouse and keyboard friendly when building a gaming rig. Easy to navigate. Building a system for my sister for her B-day, she is used to Vista. She will be happy with 7. Also Very Stable for over clockers.
Cons: None, I have built lots of rigs with windows 7 and only 1 with windows 8.
Windows 8 is not desktop friendly, and 7 Rocks!!!
Other Thoughts: Microsoft needs to think a little more of us personal computer builders and less of the large PC moguls. There is a Whole do-it-yourself computer industry out there building parts for a gaming friendly OS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Upgraded from a Phenom II 1075 T and have it clocked to 4 ghz to start. Very fast with everything I throw at it. you just can't beat it for the price. No stops, shunts, hick-ups or shutters. Rock solid chip.
Cons: None. Just reallocate the cooler to your Mom's Sargas chip and you will be happy.
Other Thoughts: I recommend a good quality aftermarket cooler as with any enthusiast chip. Mine is water cooled also be sure your mother board can handle the extra power consumption, I here all kinds of complaints from people using these monsters on an inferior, insufficient board.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Tony M.
Date Joined: 10/24/07
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