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Pros: Great performance, a breeze to install. It runs Metro 2033 at 1080i (i, not p) or 720p on ultra high settings very smoothly. Runs Skyrim with the high-res texture pac like a charm too. Don't believe what you read on a lot of tech sites, you don't need 70+ FPS for smooth gaming. Your eye can only see about 24 FPS, and most monitors can only put out at 60 Hz.
Cons: I'm going to go with the didn't come with pixie dust complaint that seems popular lately. It has no pixie dust.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec Three Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Attractive. Not so big it's a monster. Plenty of slots, bays, etc. Good fan layout. Cools just fine with the included fans.
Looks great if you add LED fans to the HD bay spot. Very quiet with every fan slot occupied and set on low. I've added the Thermaltake silencer kit (it's basically just Dynamat insulation like for car audio), and it's even quieter than quiet. I can run the big fan on top on medium with no noticeable noise.
Cons: The expansion slots would be nicer if they had one of those single screw covers, but that's not even enough to dock an egg. Barely an issue unless you add cards regularly.
Other Thoughts: I'll probably keep building PCs in this case until ATX is obsolete. Awesome case! Can't go wrong. Zero quality issues.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very affordable, and it works. I've overclocked it to 1600 MHz with zero stability issues. I may take it to 1800 when my new mobo that can do that speed arrives tomorrow. It's cheap ram that works, OC's, what more could you possibly ask. It doesn't need a heat spreader. DDR three has much lower voltage, and thus makes much less heat!
Cons: There are no cons at this time. GSkill has never given me trouble to date!READ FULL REVIEW