Joined on 04/07/08
Pros: Rough startup at first with win10 and gaming. Mainly on BF1. Things have smoothed out and I haven't had any more issues with this card.
Cons: None other than maybe I should have popped for 8GB
Overall Review: I have a high regard for XFX and ADM as the most reliable cards on market. I also have 2 5870s, 6870 ,7870,and aR290 not one failure and all still work. I have had 3 failed cards of the EVGA type before I switched. Great work XFX & AMD
Good but not so good
Pros: Decent price , came earlier than posted.
Cons: BUT also came with a built in stop code on startup. It appears to be a Dell problem not win10 home. It reboots itself twice to be useable. The pc appears to have been upgraded and not came out of the factory as it is, because it had a sticker over specs covering what it started as.
Overall Review: Would not buy again.
Pros: Smaller than a full tower with room to put everything thats in a full tower into it. Wiring is a little tricky you may have to remove motherboard plate a few times to get all the wires just where you need them.
Cons: A little nosier than tower but I got 1 more off the floor. Another optical bay would have been nice. Coolermaster should think about making 1 this size that rests on its side with same removeability of all panels.
Overall Review: CoolerMaster should also included Sata that have in line terminals as you will need at least 2. 1 for the bottom optical drive and1 for HDD as you cant use 2 90 degree Sata terminals there for sure.
Pros: Ok for the money my 3rd build with this case.
Cons: On build 2 and 3 I ran into a problem with the front panel power leads being an inch or so to short for the ASUSP5G41 micro mobo that has connector left of center instead of the usual right side position. All 3 had minor damage to the upper rear of case,not bad enough to return so I fixed them myself.
Overall Review: Rosewell you should extend power on etc leads . Because you say it is for ATX micro boards and it is a mid tower case.