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Shaun

Shaun

Joined on 11/30/13

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Most Favorable Review

Good Budget Case

XION XON-560 mATX/ ITX Meshed Mini Tower Case, USB 3.0, White/Blue LED
XION XON-560 mATX/ ITX Meshed Mini Tower Case, USB 3.0, White/Blue LED

Pros: This case felt fairly solid for $30. It has good front IO and plenty of space for everything I needed. Small enough to move around easily. Enough space to cable manage everything that I put in as well, including a non-modular PSU.

Cons: -HDD LED is connected to reset button for some reason. -PCI slots are punched into the back panel, only one replaceable cover if you remove your card later. -Case smudges easily -Pre-installed fans are molex only -One of the MOBO standoffs did not fit with my ASRock mATX (not sure if that what on the case or ASRock, it still worked fine though) -Perforated side panel on both sides is strange, since there is no space to put anything behind the motherboard anyway

Overall Review: Overall the case is nothing special, but it does seem to be a very decent option considering the price. Although I feel like I listed a lot of cons, most of them were quite minor and did not really detract from the case overall.

Most Critical Review

ASUS PB Series PB278Q 27"

ASUS 27" 1440P Eye Care Monitor (PB278Q) - QHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI
ASUS 27" 1440P Eye Care Monitor (PB278Q) - QHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI

Pros: Nice build quality, nice stand, plenty of inputs, lots of included cables, ASUS rapid replacement, nice screen.

Cons: My first monitor arrived from Newegg with bruises on the screen from shipping (I assume). Newegg took it back relatively pain free, however I had to wait 2 weeks shipping back and forth to get my new monitor (ASUS rapid replacement is not applicable until 30+ days after the purchase). My second monitor has no shipping damage, however it has a dead pixel on the top left. It doesn't seem that either ASUS or Newegg will replace for only one dead pixel, so I end up with a $400 monitor with a dead pixel that took 2.5-3 weeks in shipping to get. Overall not too satisfied, although hopefully my experience was just bad luck.

Overall Review: Careful about damage and dead pixels. Be sure you know ASUS does not begin their warranty or rapid replacement until 30 days after purchase. I know I would recommend this panel if it has come defect free, however as things are I am unsure whether it it worth it.