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Pros: As always a solid set from GSkill so far. I had originally purchased 6 gigs of memory for this PC, but decided it was time to upgrade. I didn't hesitate for a second to grab another GSkill product, because my first kit had plugged in and worked flawlessly for the entirety I had it in my system.
I was not disappointed by the new set. Plugged right in, Windows 7 Professional recognized all 24 gigs immediately and booted up perfectly.
Cons: The speed is slightly lower than my old set, but I'm looking more for volume than speed.
Other Thoughts: GSkill rocks!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LOGISYS Computer CLK15BL 15" Blue Deluxe Sound Activated Cold Cathode Light Kit
Pros: -Looks very cool.
-Sound activation w/ setting for steady on, sound, or off.
-Responsive and accurate sound module.
-Sensitivity knob in PCI expansion slot.
-Options for dual lights on one module.
Cons: -Slightly cheap construction, but hey, its like 7 dollars for some sweet PC bling.
-I would rather have double sided adhesive instead of velcro, but it works fine.
-When unplugging the tube from the module, one of the little wires came out. Before I freaked out, I lined up the holes and it plugged right back in. Probably a common problem because they are so small when plugged into the sound module.
Other Thoughts: I've heard of some issues with longevity. I only plan on turning this thing on when I'm blasting some music or showing off my case.
Overall a great product. Logysis is a great option for inexpensive, quality case lighting and I will return when I feel my case needs to be seen from mars rather than the moon. :P
This review is from: Antec Twelve Hundred Black Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case
Pros: Its big. Its cool. Its blue.
Very nice looking, clean case with lots of cooling options. The blue lights look nice and the side panel allows you to view your system's insides in all their splendor.
Tool-less design, while easy, isn't always very secure. I see too many cases with flimsy plastic clips holding in optical and hard drives. I like that the 1200 allows you to actually secure your items, and for someone who doesn't swap out components regularly its good comfort.
Cons: Its a little heavy, but I don't plan on taking it to lan parties or anything.
There is a little platform right between the PSU and mobo. I didn't notice, so when putting in my Antec CP-1000 (huge psu) I took a chunk of paint out of the side of it. No biggy, just cosmetic, but if you have a big PSU make sure to look for that.
Some people might also want the ability to turn off the front LEDs, but I like them.
Other Thoughts: Could only be better if Antec gave it to me for free. :DREAD FULL REVIEW