Date Joined: 07/25/07
Pros: Great options for cable management. Plenty of room for expansion. Looks fantastic.
Cons: One of the two cases was perfect, the second one was very poorly assembled. The second case was bent and has one side rivited in the wrong spot so I had to bend the metal to get the side to close. Paint was missing in multiple places, there were bits of metal from manufacturing loose in the case. One of the side panel magnet closures is missing. I don't get how one case is perfect but one has multiple issues. It was not damaged during shipping, it was obviously assembled wrong, almost like they rushed it through and didn't inspect it.
Overall Review: Nice case but very poor quality control.
Pros: Quiet, does what it needs to do.
Pros: Great CPU for a budget gaming build. Capable of running Guild Wars 2 and Diablo 3 just fine.
Pros: Solid board for a budget gaming build. Paired it with a Celeron G530. The extra "features" are nice. Great mobo for the price.
Overall Review: It is a very small board, even for a Micro-ATX. Take the size in to consideration when planning your build. It didn't affect mine but some could run in to issues with bigger CPU coolers.
Pros: Does what we need it to do for a budget gaming rig. Runs Guild Wars 2 on medium with our setup, Diablo 3 on high.
Pros: Decent price, works fine
Pros: Works well, does it's job.
Pros: Low price. Ordered 2 sticks for a Dell Inspiron 570, bios recognized them on first boot.
Cons: None at all.
Pros: Ordered 2, both work as they should.
Pros: Works perfectly so far.
Overall Review: It looks a lot better connected to my car stereo's USB port than a regular sized drive does.
Pros: Works perfectly. Vista recognized it and installed drivers.
Overall Review: I bought this because my mobo's on-board LAN would randomly lose internet connectivity when my other computer on the same router wouldn't. Worked like a charm, no more restarting the computer to get the internet back.