Joined on 02/08/12
Great mid-size case.
Pros: Includes 4 ARGB fans, as well as a Sata powered ARGB controller with 6x headers. Airflow is non-restrictive. Enough space for most GPU's. 240 AIO fits easily for top or front mount. 2x 3.2 USB ports and 1x 3.2 USB-C port on the front I/O
Cons: There's not much room in the back panel for cables, so plan ahead and get something braided to make it easier on you. The included ARGB controller is a bit flimsy and positioned where cable management can be restrictive.
Overall Review: I absolutely enjoy the aesthetics of this case. Yes, it was a bit difficult to do proper cable management, but I think it was worth it. If you like the look of this case and either don't mind difficult cable management, or have braided cables, then I absolutely recommend it.
It's a solid power supply.
Pros: It worked as intended. Modular cables are really nice for keeping the case a bit more tidy. Fan is really quiet from what I've experienced.
Cons: The cables are stiff, and difficult to maneuver.
Overall Review: Overall this is a solid product, however I feel a little disappointed with the cables that come with the unit. I really like the unit itself though. (comes with a pigtailed PCI-e 6+2-pin, as well as 2 single PCI-e 6+2-pin cables.)
first ultrawide monitor
Pros: 144 Hz provides really smooth gameplay. 1MS delay for low latency. Freesync is great. The monitors range of motion is incredible. you can move, tilt, rotate, and lift with absolute ease, while firm enough to stay in place when you want it to. Includes multiple preset picture modes, as well as custom picture. This monitor is packed with features.
Cons: HDR is only 400 nits. Base is very deep, make sure you check the dimensions against your desk.
Overall Review: This monitor is great in my opinion. I've had no problems with it, and it's met every one of my needs in a monitor. Overall I would absolutely recommend it if you're shopping for an ultra-wide and it fits in your price point.