Joined on 01/23/12
Best Value SFF case out there
Pros: *Super Easy to build in to *tool-less panels *affordable price *excellent fit and finish
Cons: *it's kinda big. *front panel is a PITA to pop back on if you decide to route cables in that area *careful when removing usb devices from the front panel. you may accidentally trip the power button in the process.
Overall Review: honestly this wasn't my first choice in SFF. I really wanted a Nouvolo Steck or NCase M1 but this was in stock at the time of purchase and I didn't want to wait weeks and weeks for a case to arrive. It's my first build in 15+ years and I'm amazed at how far the DIY-PC industry has come. Would definitely consider a Cooler Master case before anything else in any future builds.
Gorgeous tower cooler held back by ram clearance
Pros: Inexpensive, gunmetal black finish.
Cons: Stock fan will have clearance issues with taller DIMMs if using all four RAM slots. But I think the issue could be resolved by offsetting the fan or simply replacing the fan with a slimmer one and adding a second to the back for push-pull.
Overall Review: Probably the best value tower cooler out there.
Probably the best value ATX PSU out there.
Pros: Semi-modular braided main cables and well-thought out peripheral and gpu cable lengths.
Cons: None at the price point. Maybe longer warranty perhaps?
Overall Review: In terms of overall system power its overkill for my low TDP Ryzen 3200G B450m build but future-proof for possible upgrades.