Well, I've had this case for 3 years now. This build was first put together in November 2016. It's seen 3 CPUs, an i3-6100, an i5-6600k (Feb/2017) and currently an i7-8700k (Nov/2018). Originally it had a 960 4GB, but has been upgraded with a 1060 6GB (Feb/2017). Originally just had a single 1TB WD Blue, so I ordered a 2nd one and a 120GB SSD for OS. Wasn't long before they were filled up so I upgraded to a 4TB WD Black and a 512GB SSD (April/2017). Ram, PSU and the 24 inch monitor have been running strong since 2016.
Started a 2nd build with all the leftover parts I have but it's been cursed with a black screen even though it's been taken apart and put back together 4 or 5 times now. Once I figure it out I'll post some pictures with it.
Very big and annoying to install but keeps my 8700k chilly.
Got 3 years out of them so far!
Tons of space and very quick speeds for an HDD.
Bought it on sale for $330CDN in 2017 and it feels like I haven't seen it go low as that ever since. Great performance for 1080p gaming.
Perfect case for a first time build, great cable management and easy to use drive bays. Good dust filtration, every intake has a filter. Four fans are included, three blue LED 200mm fans and one 120 mm rear fan. Unique front design and looks good, especially with the blue LED lights.
Running strong since 2016. Has survived 10+ power outages.
Great monitor. The only con I can think of is that the stand is not adjustable in any way. No issues since I've bought it back in 2016.
Cheap 60Hz monitor I grabbed on sale for $100. Use it as a 2nd monitor for Discord, YouTube, etc. HD looks good on Netflix.
Downgraded from the G502 to this. G502 was too small for my hands, the G402 has a bigger, flatter layout which I find is a lot more comfortable.
Figured I'd give the wireless world a go since my Hyper X Alpha's were starting to die. Only had for a couple weeks but the directional sound quality is what I noticed right away. The distance I can hear things now is pretty helpful.
Great quality sound system for the price. Sub kicks for a 6.5". Couldn't be more content with it really.