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This review is from: Silverstone FF143B 140mm Ultra Fine Fan Filter with Magnet (Black)
Pros: it sticks onto my case quiet nicely
easy to take off to clean
filters dust out
Cons: The holes presumably are to allow for space for the screws. However for my Corsair r200 case the holes a not quite big enough to allow for clearance because it has these rubber vibration gromits for the fans fan scews which have a slightly wider girth. Because of this issue for my case I use negative pressure fans and place these screens on the intakes vents to filter dust.
The downside to ussing negative pressure pull is that I would need to cover all the holes to filter everything...
For most cases with regular screws, you should be able to place it it over an intake fan vent without any gaps which would be a better application for these filters.
Other Thoughts: I'm not sure how much this helps but I rather clean the dust from the outside of the case rather than the inside on the components.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
Pros: Keeps my CPU so cool and the sideways fan also helps to keep my memory cooler.
Other Thoughts: I would buy it again. If you love your processor and want it to last this is a good cool and quiet option.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This works nicely at 2133Mhz
No problems and no memtest errors =)
The heat sinks are high and have allot of tiny fins. I like how my CPU fan on my EVO 212 can suck air past the tip of the heatsinks to help keep the memory cooler.
Cons: I can imagine that the heatsinks may be too high for some CPU coolers on some motherboards. On my motherboard there is enough width not to interfer, but the height of the heatsink is greater than the clearance for my Evo 212 coolmaster fan... (but then again if someone was stuck in this situation they could move the fan to the opposite side in a pull configeration.)
Other Thoughts: I wish I had bought two sets. I love these sticks, the high speed and the relability of Kingston is great and the heatsinks are serious.
I'm using this with A970M-A motherboard and an AMD FX-6300 processor. I needed to update my motherboard BIOS to version to 11/09/12 to get the clock timer settings to 2133Mhz.
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