Joined on 08/07/09
Cheap and Nasty
Pros: Bought 2; for the front and back of my case. Front - Sucks cold air Back - Farts hot air Both powerful and reliable. Cheap too! So a + for all the budget builders out there, including me
Cons: Loud, really loud! If your having second thoughts about this, check decibels on other fans
Pros: 1. Excellent, excellent, excellent airflow! It's like a fridge inside the case! 2. Fan controller for the stock fans. These fans are quiet and gets the job done. 3. Huge 200mm exhaust fan at the top. 4. Dust filters. Definitely a plus! 5. Large window. Be proud of your system! 6. Awesome cable management. Lots of holes to hide those eyesores. 7. Removable hard drive cage. You can even swap the cages to whichever you prefer. You can mount your HDDs at the top cage, or at the bottom cage. 8. The overall look is great.
Cons: 1. You have to use a screwdriver on this one. Not a big deal though. 2. Paint finish was rough. The finish feels like you're touching a thin, fine sand paper. 3. The top design, I'm not really sure about this one. This design will attract a lot of dust. 4.Can't remove motherboard tray.
Overall Review: Throwing 5 eggs on this one. Those cons are just minor for me, so I'm not sure if that will affect greatly to others. I wasn't sure which one to choose between this case and the Cooler Master Storm Scout. But I decided to get this one anyway, and no regrets at all. You gotta buy this case man, it'll blow you away!
Overclocks like there's no tomorrow
Pros: In a tight budget? Looking for a GPU somewhere at $100 that's worth every cent? Here's a kaboooom for your buck! I was comparing this one from the Radeon HD 4850, which performs a little better or equal to a 9800GTX+/GTS 250. I know, the 4850 is faster than the 4770. But overclock them both and see what happens. Plus, the 4770 is the first 40nm and consumes less power than the 4850. This is the right one for you!