Date Joined: 11/15/06
Pros: Lots of room, solid sturdy construction. The glass is so clear it looks like you can touch the cables inside.
Cons: The wiring for the RGBs is a little confusing initially.
Overall Review: Definitely my favorite case so far
Pros: Solid packaging.
Cons: I haven't seen a real performance difference. To be fair I haven't overclocked yet. I was having some issues with sound dropping out and black screens until I raised the power limit to 50%
Pros: Solid material.
Cons: My toast is to big to fit in it.
Pros: Truly plug and play, worked as soon as it was attached. No issues loading software
Cons: No cons yet.
Overall Review: I have always had good experience with WD Blue
Pros: Nice Warm well made skully
Overall Review: Arrived the same day a winter snow storm hit Charlotte, NC Very nice cap.
Pros: Very solid case, well built. Very sturdy with solid fans. Very big, you wont have any issues with the cabling.
Cons: The opposite side of the mother board gets a little tight. I wish I had gone with a black or gray case. The white with red trim is a little cheesy in person. Un-boxing the front grill bumped the floor and a small fastener broke, so it has a tendency to come off. Nothing major.
Overall Review: I'm happy with it. This may be my go to case builder in the future.
Pros: Seems to have a lot of gadgets. I really am not pushing the memory that I need to in it. Once I throw some 1066 in I think I will see results. I am not an overclocker.
Cons: Didn't realize it accomidated a 8 pin cpu to psu connection. I can't find a male to male adapter anywhere that will make this connection
Overall Review: The 4 pin atx will power the board up, so you really dont need the 8 pin. I am gonna order another PSU that has the cable.