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Pros: Um... it comes with rubber feet... that's about it.
Cons: 1. The PSU died after three weeks.
2. The sides of the case were dented.
3. I found the plastic pegs holding on the front panel to be broken upon opening the box. I had to tape it on.
4. Cheap construction. I bought this case because I thought it looked sturdy but it is anything but.
5. The face for the optical drive doesn't fit with the drive I bought for my HTPC (LG UH12NS29), so I had to remove it.
I will be RMAing this.
Other Thoughts: Spend the extra cash for a decent case.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master HAF 912 - High Air Flow Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Huge, cavernous interior space. PSU mount on the bottom. Mesh panels on the front. Airflow in or out from everywhere but the bottom and the panel behind the motherboard. HDD cage with simple yet awesome rail mounts. Sturdy construction. It's an extreme amount of bang for not a whole lot of bucks, when compared to specialist cases.
Cons: Nothing major, but...
Steel instead of aluminum. One of the included 120mm fans (the front one) has been making impending-death grinding noises for about six months, but I'll replace it soon. USB 2.0 on the front panel instead of USB 3.0. Included fans are 4-pin molex rather than 3-pin, so they can't be plugged into a fan hub.
Other Thoughts: The case is somewhat bulky and heavy but that's not really a con as long as you've got the space for it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It keeps cool. It's very quiet, although I haven't put it under heavy load as it's for my girlfriend's computer and the heaviest loads it sees are Facebook games. The blue LED is a nice touch. And I love sleeved cabling on anything.
It was also inexpensive considering the quality.
Cons: I haven't noticed any yet.
Other Thoughts: This is possibly the premiere cheap PSU, based on most of the other 5-egg reviews and my limited experience with it so far.READ FULL REVIEW