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Pros: The cables are protected and are nice. It works fine.
Cons: Too expensive for only 450W.
Other Thoughts: Despite what the name says, I wouldn't recommend only 450W for an i7 system, unless you plan on having a less than gaming grade graphics card. Good for a basic home user PC.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works. Hasn't failed on me yet.
Cons: It's only a small drive, it's a little too expensive right now.
Other Thoughts: I'm using it on my dual boot PC and I've installed Ubuntu on it. Since Ubuntu isn't my main OS, 160GB is enough for me to play around in the OS. I have Windows 7 installed on my 1TB.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case with Upgraded USB 3.0
Pros: Keeps my PC running cool. I have an E8400 and 2x 4870's. A friend of mine had an E8500 and a GTX260. We had the same motherboard (P45) and stock cooling, and my temps were at least 10 degrees C lower than his for CPU and graphics.
The hard drive cages and fans are all customizable so you get get the fans blowing onto the right things and have it set up just the way you want. It's also nice to have the USB ports and audio jacks on top, as opposed to the front.
Worth mentioning the HUGE fans that keep your PC cool.
Cons: Loud. This may or may not be an issue for you, I usually have headphones on. But the fans are pretty loud.
It also feels cramped inside the case. Mine currently looks a mess inside!
This is also a matter of opinion, but it's kinda ugly too. Though I'm not bothered about looks.
It's also quite heavy as well, so not a great case for a LAN party PC.
Other Thoughts: Don't be fooled by it's size, it's still cramped inside. Despite this, it keeps your box running really cool, great airflow design.READ FULL REVIEW