Joined on 02/16/08
I Can Feel the Headshots
Pros: I don't know what kind of shrunken shriveled little hands the other reviewers have, but this thing is not the behemoth they are making it out to be. You'd think they were munchkins trying to palm a basketball with their reviews. The size is just right and I'm of an average to small hand size. The feel is the other gripe these people keep talking about but i couldn't picture wanting something smooth to keep clutched in my palm for hours at a time. The frog like skin makes it much easier to hold and not feel tormented by.
Cons: none so far, i'll update after a few long nights.
Pros: I like the large number of cables available and it kept my rig going. Even though the first one died, I decided to get another one to keep my rig going.
Cons: It died almost 3 months after installation. I was playing Left for Dead and in the middle of the match I lost all power to my rig, except for the cpu light on my 780i.
No Problems so far
Pros: This case is a beast on the inside, it even swallowed up my EVGA 260 card, with only a bit of wire management. It's a nice case to look at, especially in the dark. Fans work well, fairly quiet, not the big roar you'd expect when viewing the case which bears a good resemblance to a jet engine
Cons: Uses way too many Molex connectors from my PSU, I mean wow, 4 lost immediately to my 260 and then another 4 to this case's fans and side LEDs. Not much use for the USB on top but oh well, i might use it sometime.
Overall Review: ASUS Diablo case, EVGA NForce 780i Motherboard, Intel e8400 Wolfdale, OCZ SLI Ready Ram 2x2gb, EVGA GeForce 260, Thermaltake Toughpower 750w, Western Digital 640gb HDD, Artic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro