Date Joined: 08/22/04
Pros: Its early but I'll give my two cents. This is an upgrade from a GTX 1080 I was very happy with but as I play games mostly in 4k on a TV I was getting a little bummed having to dial down settings to keep the resolution up. This is easily hitting 60 FPS on high to very high on most modern games at 4k which is making me very happy. Price and quality is great.
Cons: Probably no benefit if you have a 10 series card and play in 1080 or 1440.
Overall Review: So far so good if you want to 4k at top quality settings.
Pros: This is the second of this Solo II I have bought but have owned many Antec cases for years. All of them top quality. This one is cool, quite, and great looking.
Cons: Some people like bottom mounted PSU so that could be one. I like it on top. old school.
Overall Review: Great buy even for the price if you want low noise and cool operation with plenty of flexibility.
Pros: Great for an HTPC. Can't beat the storage for the $$$. The low speed is fine for media storage and the lower power is great for your energy bill.
Cons: Not 7200 RPM
Overall Review: Great depending one what you want to do with it.
Pros: Great price for a good product, capable of light overcloking.
Overall Review: Good Value.
Pros: Great bang for your buck. For the price this is a great way to add a 4 core CPU to an existing or new rig without breaking the bank. I'm using on my HTPC computer and it handles lite games and moderate spreadsheets well too.
Cons: Not Sandy Bridge
Overall Review: I have a Sandy Bridge laptop that turns circles areound this thing but if you check the price difference and really think about needing that extra power for what you are doing than stick with this. If its power, power, power, and money is no object go with the Intel chip.
Pros: Easy to set up. Cheap for the speed and quality.
Cons: Somtimes take a minute to warm up.
Overall Review: Great Value. Love Brother products.