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Pros: - Can fit full ATX Power Supply
- Can fit a 240mm slim radiator
- Can fit a 200mm fan in the front(120mm with h100i installed)
- Great design
- Clear window
Cons: - Noticed that on mine the motherboard standoffs were incorrectly positioned slightly too far towards where you need to put the IO shield. This has given me trouble with the motherboard so only 3 out of 4 screws can be installed.
Other Thoughts: Other than my listed con above this is a very solid case, plenty of room for cables, great ventilation.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Amazing for overclocking(With stock cooler and fan curve ran 1400Mhz core clock and a 400Mhz memory clock offset for 3 BF4 games)
- Looks great with the led
- Quiet, only really noticed it when it approached 70% fan speed
- With a small fan curve the card can hold 60c while playing BF4 ultra.
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: I currently own another 3 of these cards using EVGAs ACX cooler design and so far this has proven to out perform all of them in terms of overclocking, if you're planning on buying a superclocked edition or one with the ACX cooler, don't bother. It's not worth the cost.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Stable, high refresh rate
- Great OSD
- Great display presets
- For a TN panel, amazing colors.
Cons: - When I first boot my PC, the monitor does something weird with not picking up a connection until Windows boots. Doesn't show boot logo or enter bios options.
Other Thoughts: I had actually been worried about the colors since everyone had been telling me to go buy a high end IPS panel and over clock the refresh rate since the coloring was "Awful" on all TN panels. Surprisingly, this isn't the case with this BenQ monitor, once I got it set up and booted into windows I found a list of different presets for different uses, personally for me at least I found the Movie preset to be the most effective in color accuracy.READ FULL REVIEW