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This review is from: APEVIA X-QPACK3-RD Red SECC Micro ATX Cube Case Computer Case
Pros: For this review I purchased the black version of the case with red tinted side window. Overall, the case from the outside is great and does not seem to have any problems. From the inside, there's a noise dampening/ dust filter in the front of the case intake. It works nice as it reduces the fan noise quiet a bit through the whole computer. For the power supply, it's very easy to hide the cables. Whichever side you're using to show off your case, you can hide your cables on the opposite end. However, if you do play on buying this case it's necessary to take out your hard drive cage before placing your hard drive. Speaking of hard drive cage, it's easy to take it out by turning the case upside down and removing the screws.
In terms of cable routing, it's pretty easy. There's two very wide holes in the motherboard tray for things like sata to your hard drives, power for the GPU and of course for the motherboard itself. As a whole, it was easy to cable manage because it didn't require that much work and in the end it look nice regardless.
Cons: Ok there's a total of 4 things wrong with this case. First off, the motherboard standoffs are ridiculously hard to utilize in this case, it took me 4 attempts and a total of 2 hours to try and I still dont feel confident of having them placed correctly. Secondly, there is false advertising of this case. It is stated by Newegg that it could fit an ATX case, which it can't, and the only reason I could this a huge con is because if you plan to have your first case build inside this case and you buy a ATX motherboard and realize that it doesn't fit, it's a waste of time returning it and buying another compatible motherboard.Furthermore, this case vibrates a lot and I believe that's due to the intake fan that they provide, and when I says shakes a lot, I can hear the shaking from the other side of my room and it's even more apparent because I have a glass desk. Lastly, the design of this case is not that good. I do wish they added another 5.25 inch drive bay into this case as I like to have my NZXT lighting in addition to my fan controller and not be limited. I wold also have liked it if they added extra holes in the front of the case for cable routing since there are far too many cables and they would terrible if they went straight down to your motherboard if you of course like showing off your case. Also, I really do wish they added more fan mounting holds, one above the GPU and one about the CPU. This would help with cards that run hotter or people who have a radiator with their GPU's.
Other Thoughts: I was able to fit a GTX 670 FTW edition in this case with a good chunk of room inside the case, so there should be plenty of space within this case as a whole. Use some kind of rubberized or cotton underneath your case to stop vibrations, it's amazing to say the least.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The item itself looks gorgeous , the bios is amazing and everything along those lines, you know, what a motherboard is supposed to be.
Cons: This motherboard came with a broken pin for my i5 setup, enough sad, this is ridiculous. This is Newegg, you know, one of the highest rated places for tech gear, and I get shipped something that was clearly broken from the start? Very disappointed.
Other Thoughts: I will most likely buy my motherboards from another retail store, I honestly cannot believe they still have DOA items shipping out to people, it's really not that hard to check.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: So overall, it does run well out of the box, and it does run everything at high settings at 1920x1080P, without any issues.
Cons: This card is ridiculously expensive, or was when I bought it. Originally, I thought it was worth buying, but it costed me 400 dollars or something along that line. It might have seemed like a great deal at the time, as I was new to building computers, but now that I realize it, I should have just went with an Asus GTX 770 or something along those lines, as this was not worth it.
Other Thoughts: Don't buy this, buy a better GPU.READ FULL REVIEW