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This review is from: Conair Men i-Stubble Trimmer
Pros: Relatively quite, quick, non-catching(even when on low battery and blade slows down), cordless, gliding, digitally adjustable 0.4mm - 5.0mm electrical razor.
Cons: Says to charge for 16 hours prior to first use.
Does not charge while plugged in and in use.
This is my second one of these razors and I might note that when cleaning it, be careful not to push up in the center of the lower guide piece. Carefully push up on each side of the lower guide as it is thinner plastic in this area and more prone to breaking (I broke it on my first one after about 6 months).
Other Thoughts: I shave my head daily with this on the 0.4mm setting and it is so nice. Face shave is at 1.0mm. Very comfortable and quick shave each time.
I have shaved my whole body with this thing and it held the charge for 30 min nonstop use. Maybe it would last an hour on a full charge?
Pros: Relatively inexpensive and it works.
Cons: Annoying faint high-pitched humming sound.
Other Thoughts: Originally installed Hyper212 EVO and the original fan it came with was very silent; like you didn't know the computer was on. Bought this replacement fan as original fan not sold separately. Since installing it, a faint high-pitched humming sound has been driving me insane. I like CM products but maybe this one was just a lemon.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: very fast and easy to use noob-friendly bios
cpu and gpu auto-oc functions not combined
auto-oc my i5-2500k with success to 4.8 ghz like a boss! (i moved it down to 4.2 ghz though as this was great performance for me - also using hyper 212 evo cooler).
detected my ram perfectly (mushkin blackline 1600ghz ddr3 8-8-8-24-1T xmp profile loaded 7.9 wei score).
supports ivy bridge
Other Thoughts: i play TERA. runs like a champ.
great customer support. i had a question about the cpu fan idle functions in the bios and my question was answered very detailed through e-mail within an hour.
thank you asrock, this is the best mobo i have ever owned.
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