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Pros: The power supply is light.
Doesn't use the fan unless under load.
Cons: Cables are cheap feeling.
They are stiff and don't click in easily.
No instructions came in the box. This is only a con because the pci express cables come with two 6+2 ends to an 8 pin end and I had to figure out if it was safe to use both on the same cable or if I needed two. The easy answer is the same cable powers both plugs on the same graphics card. They should have noted that.
Other Thoughts: Cool and quiet and plenty of power for a powerful cpu and multiple graphics cards.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series 500R Arctic White Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case
Pros: Looks nice.
Lights are eye catching.
All the fans especially the large side fan make the case stay cool.
Cons: Mine came with a small dent and scratch on the side. You have to look for it to see it but it was there.
The fan plugs have little adaptors at the end that prevent you from using it with a fan controller without modifying the cables.
Other Thoughts: Everyone that see's the case likes it which is nice. The fans are pretty quiet. The case is pretty large for a mid-size case and has plenty of room for multiple graphics cards and liquid cooling. The cable hiding is a nice touch but isn't as nice as you'd expect because the more components you have the more wires you will still see.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: At the time I bought it, it was about 30% cheaper than all other ddr4 sdram.
Runs pretty quick compared to ddr3 memory.
Cons: It's not the fastest ddr4 memory out there but it is overclockable which I haven't done.
If you don't pay attention to the instructions you may only get 2 instead of 4 lanes.
Other Thoughts: Great for the price, if you don't want to spend a whole lot it does the job at the cost of good ddr3 ram.READ FULL REVIEW