Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Nice and small, comes with the necessary heat sink. Basic setup with not a lot of room for extras. Low profile video card (PCI-e). Room for two 3.5" drives and just enough for a 5.25".
Cons: Make sure to get low profile memory. Nothing with a tall heatsink what-so-ever... The optical drive will hit anything that stands over typical hight of memory.
Front faceplate is plastic and tabs are prone to breaking if you have to get in and out of the case a lot.
Read the instructions when installing the HDD. It installs upside down and is a bear to get in at all. Once it is in, it works great. Don't do like I did and try to install it right side up. The BIOS saw the drive, but windows install did not. Had me confused for a few hours... Put it in like the instructions say, it fit better and windows install saw it right away.
Fans are a bit loud for HTPC. Recommend looking for silent 80mm fans. One for side of case, one for CPU heatsink.
Other Thoughts: Recommend getting low profile optical drive. Not height but depth profile. Everything fit snug with full size optical drive.
So far I would recommend this case to anyone doing SFF. Time will tell as I've only had it a week.
Pros: Installed with no trouble. System saw it and ran great. Good price.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Agama V-1325R Night Vision Infrared 1.3M Pixel Webcam
Pros: It works well as a webcam for the price.
Cons: Not even sure why they claim it has IR. You MUST use the software provided to enable to IR LEDs and they don't stay on for more than 10-45 minutes. Yes they times vary and for no apparent reason.
Other Thoughts: I purchased the camera to monitor my newborn son sleeping. The IR does not stay on and you must use the provided software to enable to IR LEDs. I use YAWCAM to stream for monitoring (great software). I also use Do It Again (Great MACRO software) to re-enable the IR LEDs every 10 minutes.READ FULL REVIEW