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Pros: -Has handled everything I can throw at it without breaking a sweat
Cons: -Is huge! Make sure your case can handle it.
Other Thoughts: I have this combined with an i7 4790K. Yesterday I was playing Diablo 3 at max settings and Diablo reported that I was getting 140 fps. Yes Diablo 3 came out in 2012, but still. That's bonkers. :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -So many fans, and all of them nice and quiet!
-HAS A HANDLE. THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING.
-Has nifty fan controls
-Has secret hideaway container hidden in the front for all your spare parts!
-Has easy-to-remove air filters all over it
Cons: -Huge. But that's why you buy a full-tower case right?
-This was my fist tower build. All the great things this case offers means there are a lot of wires to handle (fans/USB/LEDs/etc). I was a bit intimidated initially, but it's not so bad if you have a little help nearby.
Other Thoughts: Great airflow. I have a i7 4790K with a EVO 212 heat sink in there. It hovers around 60°C no matter what I've thrown at it so far.
The thing that surprised me the most is that when I turn the fans all the way up, it's still nearly silent. So happy!
Pros: Reeeeeal fast. Impressively so!
Cons: None so far!
Other Thoughts: I went straight for the Cooler Master EVO 212, as other i7s before this had reviews recommending it and I knew I'd have room in my full tower case. Consequently I can't comment on the stock heat sinks. That said, the CPU has barely cracked 60°C no matter what I've thrown at it!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Walter C.
Date Joined: 03/12/09
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