Date Joined: 10/15/07
Overall Review: I have used the matx version before and liked it, so I bought this one for an atx setup. Very pleased. Just get a good looking PS since there is no shroud to hide it.
Overall Review: Probably one of the nicest small cases I have used. Asus b450 matx board, Ryzen 1600 AF, Sapphire 5600 xt, Thermaltake 500w ps. Everything fit fine, no clearance problems. Cable management behind the motherboard was fine. I added two 120mm fans to the inside the front panel and there is great air flow. Room for three SSD's but I used a M.2 drive on the motherboard and a 1tb HDD . If you want a small, unassuming case that looks good, this is it.
Pros: Everything. The front white LED fans look nice, not too bright. With all five included fans running it is quite quiet. Cable management was good, plenty of room for everything, isolators on the hard drive keeps it quiet, holds plenty of drives and is very solid but not heavy to carry. It stays very cool in the case, but the is room for a water cooler at the top of the case.
Cons: None. Everything fits well and worked as it should.
Overall Review: Definitely recommended. I know things keep getting smaller, but this looks good the size that it is. If you have a massive video card, it will fit with ease
Pros: Easy to install on AM3 motherboard (uses stock mounting bracket), quiet, cools my Phenom II 555 much better than stock, and does not hang over 1st ram slot. perfect for my needs.
Overall Review: Fit my mid tower case with plenty of clearance, but I checked the measurements before I bought it, so no surprise there.
Pros: Works great, has greater range and a stronger signal than my Linksys WRT160N that died. Wired speeds are fine for it's class. Easy setup. It looks good.
Cons: None at this time. My grandkids love the light show and I just turn them off when I'm in the room. No problem.
Overall Review: Maybe they have changed the software or something since those other reveiwers bought the router. I used the included software, had it up and running in 10 mintues with no glitches at all. I replaced a Linksys N router that had died. I have all LInksys wireless cards and everything worked perfectly.
Pros: This is my third Vista build and I haven't had a problem. In fact, it gives me fewer problems than one of my XP machines.
Overall Review: No operating system is perfect. (Sorry Apple fans). Someday we may reach the point were computers are just an appliance, but right now they take some knowledge and some maintenance. But given that, this version of Vista works just fine for me.
Pros: Works just fine, not a problem at all
Cons: I bought it to put it in an HTPC and coudln't use it due to the noise. I replaced it with a different brand and used it as a second drive in another PC I have.
Overall Review: It's my first Samsung drive and even though I know that there are variations in individual drives and mine could be an exception, I probably won't chance buying another.
Pros: Super easy to install. Downloaded drivers from Linksys, no problems at all. Running fine in mixed mode with Linksys WRT160N and Vista Premium 64 bit.
Cons: None at all.
Overall Review: I like the cable that let me set the adapter up on a hgher shelf. I get great great reception at the opposite end of the house from my router.
Pros: I have the KVM switch on a Vista PC and an old 98se machine. I can switch back and forth perfectly. Works like a charm and allows me to use the old machine when I need it.
Pros: Full ATX, 780G chipset, good expansion capability, great on board video, AM2+
Cons: Onboard audio on my board is terrible. Constant loud background hiss with crackling and distortion at anything over low volume. I have never had this happen before with onboard audio. It could be just this one board. I don't want to RMA the board since everything else is fine, so I will just install a sound card.
Overall Review: AMD BE-2400, 2G GSkill, 380w Antec Earthwatts, Sapphire 3450 in an old HP 6460 case. Runs cool and quiet. Vista Home Premium runs great.