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Pros: You're not going to beat this HSF for the price. If you aren't going to overclock and simply want a fan better than the stock, you should consider this fan.
Cons: A little hard to install. It also may not fit all motherboards. It fit my Mini-ITX H77N-wifi just fine. Also, be sure to look at the directions as far as how to install the mounts. It is possible to easily install them incorrectly. If you do, the heatsink won't even touch the processor!!!
Other Thoughts: If you follow the installation instructions, installation is easy. You don't have to remove the fan to install. Cooler and quieter than stock on my i7 3770. I prefer the installation of this fan over Intel's crazy stock method.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
Pros: DD-WRT! There are older reviews that say version 8.x of the hardware doesn't work with DD-WRT. While that once was true, it's not anymore.
Cons: AC adapter can sometimes make a very quiet hiss, but what can you expect from something this cheap. It's noticeable only sometimes and only if you are listening for it.
Other Thoughts: Immediately put DD-WRT on this and set it up as a client bridge for a Roku 3 that lost wireless reception on it's own from time to time. This is connecting to my main router from the top level of my house (2-story) to the basement. Works great!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Feels like a good quality supply. Supplies that are light are often cheap quality. This thing is HEAVY. I put it into a NAS that was freezing with a cheap 430W power supply. I haven't had a freeze since changing to this. 8 SATA power plugs!!!
Cons: Not Modular.
Other Thoughts: Got this when it was $60. I'd say it's worth it at normal price, but if it goes on sale again buy it immediately!READ FULL REVIEW