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NZXT Phantom 410 Series CA-PH410-G1 Gunmetal Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Black Trim Computer Case
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Beautifully good looking, sizable, nice bay window, 3 case fan settings controlled by a slide switch for easy fan speed control, SILENT (literally like a phantom :D), great airflow! Using an EVGA GTX 770 with i7 4771 and stock cooler and I barely hear it at full load. Lot's of room to work in, extra fan slot at top. Just an attractive case and a steal at the current price

Cons: Only one con: the front/top panel USB ports and audio ports are TIGHT! It's terrifying to have to put so much pressure on my plugs just to connect them. They won't break, the case won't snap, but it is a TIGHT TIGHT hold and it feels a little awkward.

Other Thoughts: It's a solid case, excellent choice especially for a quiet case. I love it and I'm happy!

CORSAIR CX-M series CX600M 600W 80 PLUS BRONZE Active PFC ATX12V & EPS12V Modular Power Supply
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Beautiful PSU, silent, looks good, and modular. Plus, picked up at a great price (on promo for 20$ off) and mailed in the rebate, so a GREAT deal. Excellent for GTX 770 and i7 4771, does not get loud, even when playing Battlefield 4 at Ultra. Can handle single GPU loads very well

Cons: 600Watts may not be enough for some users, especially users SLI/Crossfiring. Do your research, give yourself a 100Watt gap between PSU capacity and MAX system output. Also, kind of large, but I haven't bought a PSU in ages so it might be the standard.

Other Thoughts: Good PSU, hopefully will continue to serve!


Khalid E.'s Profile

Display Name: Khalid E.

Date Joined: 01/07/14

  • Reviews: 2
  • Helpfulness: 0
  • First Review: 01/22/14
  • Last Review: 01/29/14
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