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Pros: Extremely ergonomic and comfortable
Build quality - feels heavy and solid
Programmable buttons are very easy to use and distinguish.
Cons: None so far, though I'm a bit concerned about the battery life
Other Thoughts: I thought the G buttons near your pointer finger would be annoying, but I don't even notice they're there until I want to use them.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Airflow, cable management, construction quality, ease of installation
Looks great and runs fairly quiet considering the number of fans and amount of ventilation.
Other Thoughts: It was a breeze transplanting my old rig to this case. It took me a bit to figure out the best way to do certain things, like run cables and mount the drives, but once you figure it out you realize everything is here. I can't imagine a case that has more features than this one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
Pros: Cool and quiet. Literally cut my temperatures in half from the $15 Rosewill cooler on an AMD FX8320, though I did upgrade my case at the same time, so it's a combination of the two.
Cons: Not anything against the product itself, but....
The directions are pretty sketchy on the details and tough to read. This was my first time installing an aftermarket cooler with a baseplate, (AM3+) and it took me way longer than I think it should have.
Other Thoughts: It's massive, but fits just fine vertically or horizontally in my Corsair 500R, with Gigabyte 970A motherboard and decent sized RAM.
The only other thing is, I'm not sure how I should have set up the fan. Everyone says exhaust out the rear, but it seems like this fan is set up for intake, so I put it on the front side of the case, pulling air towards the rear. Seems to work fine. Might try getting another fan to push air out as well but that's probably overkill.