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This review is from: BitFenix Spectre All White 120mm Case Fan
Pros: Does what it's supposed to
Lights up when in use
Fluid dynamic bearings
Cons: Total WTH style screw system (see other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: Was thing even designed to take screws? My fan lacks grooves in all holders. Unfortunately I found this out the hard way when one of the screws included in this package contained stripped inside my case door. Wonderful.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Able to play games like Just Cause, Skyrim & GTA San Andreas on high details, 16x AA & Aniso filtering at more than bearable framerates.
Handles my workloads (programming, moving large amounts of data, voip, gaming, etc) like a champ.
Fan isn't loud.
Cons: Can't complain given the price.
Other Thoughts: Originally left a scathing review of this processor but later realised I was too harsh. Since then, I was able to sort through what, to my surprise, was actually a combination of Firefox and Windows issues. This just goes to show that error assessments aren't always clear cut. Anyway, I'm glad an RMA (at least at this time) won't be necessary. I've always lived by the philosophy "get only what you absolutely need". The AMD A10-5800k fits that with flying colours. Excellent product for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
Easy to set above standard
Comes with heatspreader
G.Skill support is excellent
Other Thoughts: Paired with an AMD A10-5800k. I do a little programming, study (requires many resources at times) watch videos (no blu-ray; both high and low quality) and do some light gaming (low-mid end end games released circa 2009). This memory has been more than sufficient in terms of speed and quantity.
Also, G.Skill support is speedy and excellent. Can't recommend this company enough.
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