Joined on 10/15/08
Pros: Hangs nicely, built in Level to help out (do not trust this tho, use a real level).
Cons: Doesn't move very easily. If you loosen the bolts a tad to get some more movement, the mount sags. Not a low profile mount, but then again, nothing is in this price range.
Overall Review: For what i needed, this was a perfect solution. Like all (cheaper) mounts there are some bad with the good (price).
No RGB and great performance
Pros: NO scream in your face, unicorn puke RGB!!! The cooler is quiet and does an exceptional job of keeping my 3900x cool. Silent Fans
Cons: the fan hub at the top of the radiator, the fans that come with it, the last fan on the bottom can not reach to plug in. I had to use a motherboard fan port for the last fan to operate.
Overall Review: Fractal Design is really upping the game with their line of coolers, cases, power supplies, and hopefully more. I am a huge fan for Fractal Design products. I highly recommend this cooler to anyone looking to move from air cool to an AIO or watercooling.
It does what it does
Pros: I don't use spinning HDD anymore, nor do I use a CDROM. Old technologies... This case worked PERFECT for a small business spec PC I purpose built for a shop. Quiet, paired with a M.2 drive, so the only two parts that went into the case was a PSU and MB/Graphics Card.
Cons: -Front plastic and metal case are two different blacks. -Only one small fan in back.
Overall Review: -Tight fit, but it is a Micro ATX case, so they all are. -Perfect for a small business desktop build.
Pros: Upgraded the 5400RPM (WHY WITH THESE SPECS WOULD IT HAVE THIS DRIVE!?!) to a EVO 850PRO SSD. It took a minute to get the laptop to see an SSD, or even the USB drive to boot the OS. i7 8GB RAM large keyboard with 10-key Separate NVidia card
Cons: non back-lit keyboard 5400RPM drive Usual new computer bloatware
Overall Review: For the price (on sale for $699) it couldn't be beat. I wouldn't consider this a "gaming laptop" more of a "workstation class laptop".