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This review is from: LG 3D WiFi Built-in Blu-ray Player BP335W
Pros: It is small, light weight and fits in with my other entertainment gear. Was a snap to hook up.
Have not played a blue ray disk on it yet, but it works great upscaing my regular disck to fill my new LED TV
Cons: Front DVD tray and controls are hard for me to see.
It's light weight causes it to move when you put a DVD in the tray and try to close the tray manually.
Other Thoughts: Would like to have a built in light for the DVD tray so it would be easier to loadREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill Libertas Series LIB-800 800W Continuous @50°C,80 PLUS Bronze Certified, Full Modular, ATX12V v2.3/EPS12V v2.92,SLI Ready,CrossFire Ready,Active PFC,Compatible with Core i7, i5 Power Supply
Pros: This power supply is the quiets one I have ever owned. The fan is large enough that the air it moves is tremendous. I have it in a Thermaltake V9 case which had the power supply in the bottom and a filtered bottom fan access so the power supply pull in cool room air. I put my hand on the power supply case with my system running wide open and it was cool to the touch.
And the modular design allowed me to use only the power cords I needed, which has opened up the case tremendously to cool air flow.
The power supply was shipped to me straight from the company which is a supper way to do business since it and I are both on the east coast, it got here FAST ! !
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I would have colored the SATA power cord connectors a different color other than black to make it easier to find. The Red of the PCIE cords made them easy to pick out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great cooling and extremely quiet. Have caught my self reaching to turn system on only to find it is already running.
Lots of room for hard drives. and very easy drive installation.
The top mounted control panel is supper convenient and the top shelf with usb and audio connectors makes it easy to connect my stuff to the computer.
Cons: Had problems mounting my ATI AGP video card. Had to remove the quick locking system to get card in case.
Also broke 2 of the Hard Drive locking dials while attempting to install my hard drives. Due to the number of theses quick connectors supplied, it did not pose any major problems; because I had plenty to get all my drives secured in place.
Other Thoughts: There is a mount for a below the board CPU cooling fan. I tried several of the fans I had lying around, but they were much to thick to work.
Since there is a place for the fan, I would have liked to see this fan already installed; or at least information on the size of fan needed to fit the case and a source to obtain one.!