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Pros: I've had the case for over 4 years now and have few qualms with it.
It looks nice (sorta like a BMW)
Has a temp readout
Good size, sorta between full and mid
It can fit large CPU coolers (I have a scythe mugen 2 in mine)
Top fan (Few cases in this price range have this)
Feels solid. And it is. I have moved this back and forth from place to place and no problems.
Cons: After 4 years, the door gets annoying. However it still works just fine even tho I slam it open and shut quite often.
The lights are bright, so if you are sleeping in the same room with it on, throw a shirt over it or something.
The LCD for the temp is flickering now, but I don't mind, it lasted a long time.
The top fan is set a little too far back, so I had to remove it to fit my new PSU in it. My next case I think I will get a bottom mounted PSU case.
Other Thoughts: To fit my CPU heatsink in I had to remove the clear plastic and spin it 180 degrees, then screw it back in. Not too big a problem, still have a side fan, just on the bottom right instead of top left.
All in all, it is a great budget gamer case. I would defiantly recommend it to anyone. (who isn't doing extreme overclocking anyways... however it does have good enough airflow to allow me to get my i7 920 to 3.7ghz, so its still good!)
This review is from: SAPPHIRE 100556-RD Radeon 9800PRO 128MB 256-Bit DDR AGP 4X/8X Video Card
Pros: No hardware problems, plays HL2, CS:S, DoD:S, EQ2, BF2, Doom 3, on medium settings on 1024 X 768 resolution perfectly.
Cons: ATI driver updates are difficult to find on the website.
Other Thoughts: I have had the card for over a year now and have had no real problems. For a card that is actually affordable it is the best choice. I spent about 2 weeks avidly looking at card reviews and this card beat out its competitors in most of the tests. Overall: If you are looking fot a good gaming card that can play all the latest games, but dont have $xxx+ to spend, this is the best choice.READ FULL REVIEW