Joined on 04/14/11
Pros: This thing is solid construction and looks good too. Bios is easy to use Box says not compatible with Ryzen 3200G but that's what I currently have in here until I score a 5900x and I have had no issues.
Cons: Not really a con but the bag with the m.2 screws is so small that I didn't find it until I had already panic bought new screws. So if you don't see them just look closer than I did.
Overall Review: I would 100% recommend this product
Liquid cooling made easy
Pros: Comes with multiple brackets for multiple socket types that are supported. I am using a AM4 socket and this thing was pretty easy to mount. This thing is SILENT and it's awesome. I mean who doesn't want a glowing dragon instead of a giant block of metal fins and fans. It's keeping my CPU cool, what more can I ask for.
Overall Review: Great AIO for a fair price.
Pros: I picked this case mostly on the aesthetic and wanting a mid sized case. My last tower was a giant beast compared to this thing but the cable management in here is fantastic. It ended up being the perfect size for me to fit in a top mounted AIO and a RTX 3080. This thing is sleek and modern. The glass is crystal clear and the RGB fans are bright.
Overall Review: If you are looking for something that's easy to build in at a moderate size this case is great.
Cooler Master? or Cooler Apprentice
Pros: Does help cool Adjustable fan speed (even though I leave it on high) Looks pretty cool Angle is nice and comfortable. Even with my 9 cell battery that already gives my laptop a slant.
Cons: Fan seems like it should go faster. LED light is useless... should have made it brighter or just not put it on at all. Front vent air is a joke feature (not a big deal at all)
Overall Review: Only cools my laptop about 5 degrees, maybe a bit more. Honestly this is a pretty good price and does what it says. However, I wish it helped cool more than it does. Perhaps multiple fans or allowing the speed of the larger fan to be higher could help