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This review is from: RAIDMAX DELTA I DELTA-I-WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Tower Case
Pros: Plenty of room for cable management.
Plenty of watercooling options.
The front looks really nice and has a better finish than most $100 cases.
Cons: The fan that is included is loud, but for the cost of the case thats to be expected. I installed 2 Corsair 140AF in the front and a 120mm AF in the rear.
Other Thoughts: I have no regrets, I built my father in law a workstation PC in it, he loves it and the case looks fantastic with some led lighting in it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Layout for all connectors is good.
Bios is easy to setup and the GUI is top notch.
Its EVGA...it looks really nice in a window case.
Cons: No wifi adapter included, but can be purchased seperately.
No M.2 for NVMe SSD.
I knew this going in. Others do offer it though for about the same cost, but I am a EVGA finatic.
Other Thoughts: I bought this simply because I have never had a bad EVGA product and I have bought many over the years.
This is a nice little board, easy to build on and completely trouble free.
Its in a Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX case, EVGA 650 P2 Modular power supply. Intel i5-6600k OC to 4.5 GHz, 16GB Crucial 2400 DDR4, 525GB Crucial MX300, WD Blue 1TB and a EVGA GTX 1060 6GB Video card. I love it and I have no regrets!
This review is from: RAIJINTEK METIS SILVER Classic - Aluminum M-ITX Case, USB 3.0* 2, Compatible with Standard ATX PSU, 170mm VGA Card length, 160mm CPU Cooler height, pre-install 120 mm Performing Fan, 7 colors option
Pros: Small, easy to build in, easy to disassemble and fit parts in.
You can completely disassemble it, no rivets, all screws.
Cons: The things I dont like:
If they would have made it just a little taller and had a few spots for 120mm slim fans that would have been the sealer in making it a 5 star case. The airflow isnt that good and even with a i3 6100 the temps get up to 60C, thats a little high for the cpu even with a Cryorig C7 HSF and not using integrated graphics.
The GPU gets a little warm as well as it sits at the top of the case with no airflow to feed the fans, even my small EVGA GTX 750 is running at 71C
Other Thoughts: If your just looking for a SFF to use with integrated graphics like a HTPC etc, this will fit your bill. If you want a SFF system that can do some gaming, I would look elsewhere as there is no way to get adequate cooling in this case witgh a beefier CPU and GPU without completely modding the case.READ FULL REVIEW