( 4.6 Average / 5 Ratings )Send an e-mail alert if the price drops to: $ (Note: Price alerts now use your merchant selections and tax settings.)This case is tricky for me... It looks fantastic and the build quality is superb for a case of this price range.However The bags that contained the screws were unmarked and basically had all the screws mixed together. The manual was really of no help, so when it came to installing the hardware, I kind of just had to blindly pick a type of screw to use. Also, the pictures included in the manual were far to small to identify types of screws or orientation of parts, and since this case comes pretty much entirely disassembled, this made assembly very difficult. More advanced PC builders might not have a problem identifying screws and such, but, I mean, I got there eventually.
( 4.7 Average / 3 Ratings )Send an e-mail alert if the price drops to: $ (Note: Price alerts now use your merchant selections and tax settings.)This case is amazing, however not for the first time builder. It comes as just a flat panel and you have to screw in all the mounting for the PSU and the back slots for the GPU. Does come with a fan filter for the radiator but other than that air is everywhere on this thing. If you have pets id reccomend keeping them far away as hair will get all over your PC and youll need to clean it weekly. Tons of room for all you enthusiasts watercooling and wall mount capabilities are on point. Its an amazing case overall and is a pleasure to build in.
Cooler Master's next generation of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers is here. The company's MasterLiquid Pro 120 and MasterLiquid Pro 240 coolers incorporate a number of design changes over the Nepton 120XL and Nepton 240M that could potentially improve their performance and durability. As their names imply, the MasterLiquid Pro 120 uses a 120-mm, 1.5"-thick (or 38-mm-thick) radiator, while the Pro 240 is built with a 240-mm, 1"-thick (or 27-mm-thick) radiator.