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This review is from: Antec Twelve Hundred V3 Black Steel ATX Full Tower Unbeatable Gaming Case
Pros: This is a very spacious case; plenty of room for activities! It's got fans on fans on fans, so if you're looking to move air, this case is perfect.
Cons: The only one that really comes to mind is that the fans are all 3 pin. Back when I bought my Antec 900 for my first rig, it had 3 pin with molex, so you had a choice. This was convenient since PSUs come with molex power; however, since these didn't have that option, I had to buy an adapter to support all the fans since my motherboard only had 4 plugs to give. While this isn't a deal breaker, it was an annoyance because I had to order another part after assembling the whole thing. Just something to be aware of that no other review warned me of.
Other Thoughts: It's a great case. Aside from the setback of the fans, I didn't run into any problems with this case. Only the best from Antec!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a fan. It moves air. It emits a pretty blue light. It runs quietly.
Cons: It can't cook me bacon... Or do my taxes... Come to think of it, it really doesn't do anything but spin all day...
Other Thoughts: The product works as intended, so if you need a fan...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's relatively cheap all things considered and it comes with the Corsair brand name, which usually means you can be confident in buying their product. Usually.
Cons: I've had a lot of the same issues that other reviewers have stated. For one, the cords don't click in easily, if even at all, to the PSU. Since they don't clip in nicely, I always fear they are going to wiggle lose or be yanked out at a very inopportune time, and I shouldn't have to worry about that with my power supply.
Another issue was when I first turned it on, all the fans turned on for a few seconds and then everything shut off. It was doing the clicking noise other people on here said they heard as well. I shut it off, tightened the cables to the best of my ability since, again, they really don't clip in nicely, then rebooted it and it worked fine. Maybe the fan thing was a fluke but it's still worth noting that it occurred.
Other Thoughts: The only other PSU I've ever bought in my life was the Rosewill RBR1000-M and, although it isn't fully modular, I preferred that one by far.
I've only had it for a few days, so if anything goes wrong in the coming days/weeks/months, I'll be sure to update this post.