Date Joined: 10/25/11
Pros: Works right out of the box. heatsinks are solid feeling.
Overall Review: Running 16 gigs (4 sticks) of this in an ASUS mobo with an AMD 1090T six core and it fired up and has run like a champ with no problems. I have been using G-Skill ram for almost a decade and have absolutely never had a problem with it.
Pros: Totally tooless. Overall a nice case deisgn for the price. Serious venting - this thing has holes and screens everywhere. Comes with a decent selection of mounting screws and such. It's a good start minus the cons I add below.
Cons: The cheap PSU (which is why I docked it 2 eggs). The 8 pin cable is too short and will have to route under your video card(s) to reach on the mahority of mobos out there unless you use an extender. Only one PCI-E six pin cable, so skip if you have one of the newer AMD cards that take two. No manual whatsoever - not even a photocopy info/instruction sheet touting it's features.
Overall Review: The quick releases only secure your drives on one side - so make sure you use the screws on the other. In retrospect I wish I had bought this version of the case without the PSU and bought one to go in. I'm replacing it (even though it doesn't have any faults) with a Coolermaster.
Pros: Cheap Price.
Cons: Cheap price - you get what you pay for. Died within 3 hours - but only after eating my BF3 DVD. Not going to even bother RMA as I'm taking it out and putting some 7.62 through it.