When I use the title "revisiting the classics" I am referring to two components of my configuration, in particular: 1 - The Case Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition; 2 - Air Cooler Noctua NH-D15.
The platform is new - 1151, Intel of the 7th generation + mobo z270.
When the TT Level 10 GT was released in 2011, I could not afford it because it was expensive, especially in Brazil, where I live. Today, a few years later, I had the opportunity to acquire it and test it. He was wearing all the good cases of the moment and ... Honestly? I'm tired! All have the same proposal - Large window / Tempered glass; SSD's exposed on PSU Cover; Front without external bays; Bla, bla, bla ... I decided to revisit the classics and I'm enjoying it!
About the Noctua NH-D15, there's nothing to talk about. Simply the best air cooler and I know it is totally exaggerated for my i5, which does not reach high temprakes, even with a reasonable overclock.
I'm enjoying this moment - with lots of space, efficient airflow and nostalgic feeling of taking advantage of the best of hardware a few years ago.
Because the new one is not always the best! Old but Gold!