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Pros: Powerful, Quiet, and from a brand I trust!
Cons: It is massive, and expensive!
Other Thoughts: It is at least $20 more than most other R9 280s, but I feel the quality of the card makes it more than worthwhile. It runs my games at a cool temperature, and for most games they run on Ultra at over 60FPS at 1080P. It can also be overclocked quite a bit.
Make sure to double check the amount of space you have in your case because this card is almost a foot long by half a foot tall. It just barely fit in mine. I am glad it did because this has been an awesome card.
This review is from: LIAN LI PC-9F Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Lightweight, cool, clean look, easy to get stuff in and out of, and it is cheap for a Lian Li case.
Cons: Lacks a top fan.
Other Thoughts: This has been the best case I have ever had. It is a good split between cost and features, and it more than holds all my components. I hope Lian Li makes more mid-range cases like this because this one is awesome. It would be nice if they included a top fan instead just having the option for one, but the three that are included are very good, and they keep my computer running cool without much sound.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs my overclocked AMD FX-8320. Holds my RAM and graphics card.
Cons: $10 more gets you the non-LE version, which has the front USB3 option, and a better sound card.
Other Thoughts: I like this motherboard. It works well with my components (AMD FX-8320, G-Skill Ares 1866MHz RAM, Asus R9 280) once I updated my BIOS, but $10 more would have gotten me a better board.READ FULL REVIEW