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Ryan F.

Ryan F.

Joined on 09/20/12

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Most Favorable Review

It has a 5.0GHZ OC profile for the 8700k Already. And it works like a charm.

ASUS Prime Z370-A LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z370 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard
ASUS Prime Z370-A LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z370 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard

Pros: Easy to install, works like a charm, has RBG lights all around the sides that I didn't know about.

Cons: The face plate that goes on the peripheral connectors area of the case have prongs that can slip into your HDMI and USB 3.0 ports. Watch out for that, that's potential frying possibilities if you turn it on and those prongs accidentally got in. Just be careful.

Just buy it. It's what you need.

Cooler Master V8 GTS High Performance CPU Cooler, Horizontal Vapor Chamber, 8 Heatpipes, Aluminum Fins, Dual 120mm Fans, Red LED, AMD /Intel LGA1200/1151/2066
Cooler Master V8 GTS High Performance CPU Cooler, Horizontal Vapor Chamber, 8 Heatpipes, Aluminum Fins, Dual 120mm Fans, Red LED, AMD /Intel LGA1200/1151/2066

Pros: Keeps my 8700K Overclocked to 5GHZ at 30C no load, and 35- 40C max load.

Cons: Regardless of it being sold with the description "Doesn't block ram", PUT THE RAM IN FIRST before putting in this fan. Because while it's not that in the way, it made putting in the ram risky because I had to kind of go in at an angle and hope my sticks didn't snap. They didn't, the fan gave leeway, but still, save yourself the stress and PUT THE RAM IN FIRST.

Plenty of room behind the Power supply to just stuff extra cables into. This rig came with pre-setup fans in their own controller. This company understands what we want as PC Builders.

anidees AI-Crystal Tempered Glass Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Compatible with E-ATX, M/B - Black
anidees AI-Crystal Tempered Glass Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Compatible with E-ATX, M/B - Black

Pros: Everything about this case is a pro.

Cons: Zero cons. I literally can not think of one. This case looks very cool.

Overall Review: Keep in mind, SSDs go in upside down inside the side containers for them, as in the wires need to be coming from the bottom. You can snake most of the cables around the sides, and into the hole that sits under the large plastic cable hiding plate. You need to do this until the side panel can close correctly. Do not allow it to have a buldge and bend the side glass door. You can find a way, trust me, I had a lot of extra PSU cables that found places to snake through and sit perfectly. When connecting your SSD, make sure you use the PSU end connector that is flat. Do not use the one with double wires coming out both sides, or the door won't close.