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Cons: Removable, cheap feeling cap.
Other Thoughts: Very reliable so far. Price/Size/Speed was exactly what I needed. I picked up 2. Use one to handle my work programs and files. The other I use for flashing and reimaging systems. Speed is top notch on USB 3.0. Pushes USB 2.0 to its limits. Used daily and so far I haven't found a system or device that dislikes them.
I've had great success with ADATA products and will not hesitate to purchase more in the future.
This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS10X Extreme 120mm CPU Cooler with Worlds first PWM Fan Speed Controller
Pros: Fantastic cooling. Love the built in speed controller. Looks awesome if you have a side window.
Cons: With big air cooling comes very big size. Most pc cases will require that you remove the motherboard to install. If your motherboard uses the top most slot for the primary video card be aware that this cooler will practically touch the video card if mounted vertically. Even mounted vertically it crowds the closest RAM slot on my P55 board. Also in order to tighten the mounting screws you pretty much have to remove the fan. I found putting the fan back on to be a royal pain.
Other Thoughts: Mounted on a MSI GD80.
Cooling an i7-860.
Inside a Lancool K62.
Currently I have the fan set on the lowest preset. Combined with the Lancool's awesome cooling the cpu barely hits 50C under load (@turbo controlled 3.4Ghz). Speedstep is enabled so idle it drops to 18-20C according to RealTemp.
I did not use the included thermal paste. Instead I used IC24 Diamond thermal compound.
This review is from: Thermaltake A2379 Black Cable Sleeving Kit
Pros: Great sleeving kit for the price. Sleeving sizes won't be ideal for every application but nice assortment none the less.
Other Thoughts: Remove connectors from cable ends and tape metal pins to prevent damage while applying the sleeving. To prevent fraying use a butane torch or equivalent to melt the ends before installing.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Jason G.
Date Joined: 11/07/08
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