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Pros: Love this case. I produce and record music and this case is very quiet. I've had this case since LGA775 sockets, ran a water cooled set up. Now it has an LGA1155 with a Cooler Master V8 fan. Anyone familiar with the V8 knows it's a tall fan, most cases won't fit it, but the P183 V3 fits it perfect. Lots of room, everything is isolated with rubber bushings. 4 hard drives fit on the bottom with a pull out rack. It's a good buy.
Cons: nothing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This board is really a good board. Currently running a 3.3ghz i5 2500k @ 4.41ghz stable. Looks good, good layout. Lots of features. Love that it has onboard video, even though I don't use it, it's nice to know if your graphics card fails you still have a computer that works. I recommend this board to anyone looking for a good reliable, stable over clocker. Get it on the bay for dirt cheap now.
Cons: My only issue is the 8 pin power plug is so high up my power supply cable barely reaches it. (bottom mount power supply).
Only other con is that you have these complete tools who mark down this board when the only issue is not the board but them.
Other Thoughts: i5 2500k @ 4.41ghz
16GB (4x4GB) Patriot G2 1600mhz
EVGA GTX 260, 216 Core
WD 2TB Black
Cooler Master V8
OZC Mod X Stream-Pro 600W
Antec P183 V3
Pros: brand new out of the box and not even working. So at least it didn't die a year down the road cause at least now i can return it and never buy another product from this cheap company.
Cons: I was using a friends power supply and had to give it back so i bought this one.... Plugged this thing in and all i would get is a short burst of start up and then turn off. And that just keeps going till you turn the switch off on the supply itself. While investigating i notice two blown capacitors on my mobo. Hopefully this cheap supply didn't kill my mobo! Tested the voltage output and it's all over the place. It would swing up to 12v and back down to 0v. As if trying to read an AC voltage with a your meter set for DC.
Other Thoughts: I thought it was strange that when i opened the box there is a card inside that says if i want the manual i have to go to a website to get it. That raised a red flag right away and sure enough the thing didn't even work for 1 second!READ FULL REVIEW