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GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-USB3 (rev. 6.0) AM3+ AMD 760G + SB710 USB 3.0 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: None when dealing with a cheating outfit.

Cons: Filled rebate form fully as it was supposed to be but later I got a email asking to send in a cut out of the serial # from the box and resubmit. As I see it its just a ploy to cheat me of $10. Not worth my time to go thru the hoop again, will never buy any Gigabyte product again. Buyer be aware!

HooToo® HT-UH005 Ultra-Slim Compact SuperSpeed USB 3.0 4-Port Hub (Latest VIA VL812 Chipset, 5V/2A Power Adapter, 2.3 feet USB 3.0 Cable, Free Magic Velcro Stickers)
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Small

Cons: I have it stuck to the side of the PC case using the velcro tape, and when pulled off to remove from the side of the PC case; usb's case comes apart very easily and I have to snap it back together. Not a big problem but the usb case snaps could have been stronger to not come apart so easily.

Other Thoughts: Over all a good item.

Rosewill R102-P-BK 120mm Fan MicroATX Mid Tower Computer Case
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5 out of 5 eggs Surprised 01/13/2011

This review is from: Rosewill R102-P-BK 120mm Fan MicroATX Mid Tower Computer Case

Pros: Fits oversized CPU coolers that almost feel wrong putting into this case.
-Barely fits Tuniq Tower 120 (AM3)
-Barely fits Cooler Master Hyper 212+ (AM3)
-120mm fans on front and back
-Quality is surprisingly good (for the price)
-Looks good-CD drive covers
-Front fan has vents so it can be placed on carpet
-Same case as a $50 enermax (the insides are 100% the same)

Cons: Its a cheap case so there will be things that you will simply have to mess with, but if your not worried to play with the case alittle bit it will turn out good. For example one of the screws that holds all the pci covers was stripping so I used a slightly larger screw. Another problem I had was my 3.5in fan controller did not line up on both sides so I only scr-ewed it in on one said. But when I scr-ewed it in too much the controller would get crooked so I didnt tighten too much. The front fan was loud so I modded it to either 7V or 5V (cant remember) which made it nearly silent. I now use a fan controller which does the same thing (but also makes sure my tuniq tower is quite too).

Other Thoughts: Overall I dont know what else you could ask for $35 shipped (I paid $22 shipped). I paired it up with a front fan filter (FF81B), Nexus BASIC D12SL-12, and a Tuniq Tower 120 and my system is quite and very cool. I have used the hyper 212+ with this case as well, really impressed that it can fit these massive coolers. Mind you installing the tuniq tower was REALLY hard (not much space and poor mounting system), removing the tuniq fan helped.


Nasir K.'s Profile

Display Name: Nasir K.

Date Joined: 03/16/03

  • Reviews: 5
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  • First Review: 05/08/08
  • Last Review: 03/02/16
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