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Pros: good IMC drives my 32GB of ram at 2400MHz without an issue. Overclock to 4.5 without too much effort. Performs 2x faster than a 3870K at 5GHz.
Other Thoughts: runs cool even under a 30% overclock, 4.5GHz at 1.33v could be better but still good.
Got the intel plan for 20$ to protect it in case I make a mistake.
This review is from: EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80 PLUS GOLD Certified 1300W Active PFC ATX12V v2.31/EPS 12V v2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Full Modular PSU 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR NEW 4th Gen CPU Certified Intel 4th Gen CPU Ready Power Supply
Pros: Single large rail, fully modular, 1300W without being humongous in length. Quality wires provided and super silent for my load.
Cons: could use an extra power molex cable as it comes with 5 molex. Lots of sata power cable but a lot of water cooling stuff likes to use molex.
Other Thoughts: 1300W for the price of 850W, very efficient and eazy to install. Nice accessories bag for the extra cable.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fits large MB (Asus rampage IV black edition). Easy to remove the extra like the second drive bay and the HDD hotplug drive bay. Comes with a MOLEX to 8 3 pins fan adapter. filter on all air intake that are easy to remove and clean. fit a 360 rad on top with the fan in Pull mode above the case. 4 front drive bay so I could fit a BD drive, the ASUS rog module and dual bay water res and pump.
Cons: Cable management space is too small on the back of the motherboard. Paint is a bit fragile so handle like it's a new born baby.
2 bad fan, 1 broken and 1 that won't spin above 560 rpm. Trying to get them replaced but NZXT support is slow and upsetting. No reply for a very long time and then automated email that they'll close the case because I haven't answered in 30 days or something. Ticket was closed by support telling me that the tracking number will be provided in 2 weeks. A month later still nothing.
The support is impersonal and rude in it's lack of communication.
plastic power switch is flimsy but it's holding so far.
Other Thoughts: Would probably stick to Corsair next time.READ FULL REVIEW