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Pros: Basic monitor, no frills, 4:3, VGA input only
Cons: NO HDMI, misrepresented
Other Thoughts: If I wanted a no frills VGA 4:3 monitor, I would have bought one, I wanted a 4:3 monitor with HDMI to use with my DVR, this is not the answerREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: good small case with 1 vertical internal 3.5",1 horizontal in/external 3.5" and 1 horizontal external 5.25" drives. Full size expansion card slot. 250W is enough to power most ITX board configurations.
Cons: PS doesn't move much air. Don't rely on the PS alone to cool higher end setups or hot locations.
Full size expansion cards fit fine but I put a few layers of electrical tape along the top metal brace to prevent any chance of my tall Digium cards shorting to the chassis.
Other Thoughts: The rectangular alignment of the holes on the cover actually fit 4 80mm fans, 2 on each side. if the fans are mounted inside, you must give up the vertical mount 3.5" on one side or the expansion card slot on the other.
I used this case for an Asterisk box w/Intel 330, Intel MB, DVD Drive, 3.5" HDD, Digium card, 2GB RAM. The HDD is in the horizontal 3.5" with 2 80mm fans in the vertical 3.5" location attached to the cover. keeps case cool in 90 F warehouse.
This review is from: ASUS A8N-VM CSM 939 NVIDIA GeForce 6150 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: gigabit ethernet, 5.1 sound, sata II, dual core processor support, dual channel ram, RAID 5, DVI-D out
Cons: video card could be much faster
Other Thoughts: other than supporting directx 9, the video card benchmarks as much or less than my nforce2 with the onboard geforce4MX and far less than the Radeon X200 Jetway GDMS-PRO
AMD64 Athlon 3000 Venice
2x512 400MHz dual channel
SATA II 80GB
Geforce 6150 onboard
3DMARK2001 score: 4448
3DMARK2003 score: 1080
X200 Radeon onboard
w/only 32MB Hypermemory
3DMARK2001 score: 5392
3DMARK2003 score: 1572
Geforce4 MX onboard
2x256MB dual chnl 333MHz Athlon 3200 400MHz
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