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This review is from: Sceptre 65" 4K MEMC 120 LED-LCD HDTV U658CV-UMC
Pros: - The picture is excellent. Console games look amazing as does my PC running at 4K.
- This company is actually SCEPTER. The shipping took 1 week so not bad.
- TV is well packed and very light for a 65 inch.
- Under $900 for a 65 inch 4K!!! Enough said....
Cons: - The audio functions suck!
- The remote uses the same codes as Sony not Scepter so it's confusing.
- Over all Menu interface is bad. The available setting options suck.
- Technical support is a joke. I called and was not put in a "Q" but told to leave a message and I would get a call back. I tried twice and did get call backs from 6 digit numbers??? That never even made my phone ring. They went straight to voice mail as there phones are designed to do.
Other Thoughts: Final thought.... I love the picture but hate the sound. It makes no sense. Why sell a TV with both Optical Audio Output (Digital out) and headphone jack (Analog out) but they are both fixed? Meaning you plug in Analog speakers like Klipsch 200 watt 2.1 or Headphones and it automatically kills the TV speakers but you have no volume control from the source? Total waist and no other TV I have seen seen does this. The Analog output plugs are there specifically to give the user the option to add better speakers but still use the TV remote for volume.... Again it makes no sense.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RCX-ZAIO-92 - 92mm Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler Fan
Pros: - Light weight.
- Doesn't block RAM slots like 120mm version.
- Cools better than anything in it's class.
- Push-Pin Mounting clips are nice. Don't have to remove board when replacing CPU or adding new Grease.
Cons: - Tall, may not fit in CUBE style cases.
- Fan is very loud, for a 92mm this thing needs to be better.
- Poor heat transfer grease. Get what you pay for.
- Push-Pin clips can be difficult to install to MB.
Other Thoughts: I have used this cooler with a i5 2500K and it did Ok. I upgraded my board to a i7 3770s and thought to use a better looking cooler. I had a new Xigmatek Low profile designed for 115 watts max. Under fulll load it was hitting 79-81c. I removed it and re-installed my Rosewell and what a difference. Under full load (running Hand Brake & Playing DA) Iam at 60-62c. Much better.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: XIGMATEK CAC-D9HH3-U01 90mm Hydraumatic Bearing CPU Cooler
Pros: Looks - This cooler looks and feels well made.
Cons: Can not deliver on promise. Supports up to 115 Watts, yet it can not keep the i7 3770s (65 watts) cool under load.
Install is little involved seeing as you need a wrench like tool to crank down the bolts on the back of the MB.
Other Thoughts: I am using a Bench style case so I have the best air flow you can get. My office stays at 68 - 73 degrees all year.
I even replaced the grease that came with the cooler with Arctic Silver, no help.
Intel i7 3770s - Idle Temp: 42-46c / Game Load Temp (40-70% load): 60-66c / Full Load (Hand Brake) Temp: 78-81c.
This is totally unacceptable. I tried there support form on the webpage 3 times now and no reply to any of them.