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This review is from: GIGABYTE GeForce GT 610 1GB Silent Cooling
Pros: IT fits fine into the mobo slot and the case opening. Does not have a fan so it does not produce noise. The heat disposer is very big, seems like it is capable of doing its job.
I only connected a VGA cable to it and it fits fine into the card connector.
I am not running any games with it, just using it for office work and it is enough for me.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: It is not an high end card and you get what you paid for. If you want to check how it stands compare to other graphic cards, search for video card benchmarkREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works fine as a CD and regular DVD read. I have not tested it yet on Blue Ray or on writing.
The plate face is black. That fits my black case.
Cons: A little noisy (clicking sound) when it does the seek, but normal noise when does constant reading.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IN WIN MANA137 Black SEEC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Looks nice, has good ventilation. Case fan is very quite.
Two USB 3.0 ports in the front (and one USB 2.0) can be set to do charging (that is a mobo setting). The USB 3.0 connector fits the mobo connector (20(-1 that is not in use) pins connector).
When I installed the mobo, everything fits fine. The holes are raised and there is no need to install raisers. The DVD/CD and hard drives slides into a rail and are held with a clip which is very comfortable to handle.
There are enough screws from all kinds for everything you need.
Cons: Also, it is convenient to have audio and USB connection in the front near the top. If you plug something into them, the wires falling down and may stand in the way of the DVD tray and require holding them while closing the tray. I saw other cases in which the audio and USB connection are in mid case, below the DVD tray.
Other Thoughts: When inserting a hard drive, the cables may stand in the way of the case cover. The solution is to turn the hard drive the other way and slide it into the rail with the connection at the bottom.READ FULL REVIEW