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Pros: I have this ram in my i7980 NVIDIA Zotac 780ti gamer in a ASUS Sabertooth 58 MB and it has worked very well in extreme gaming. I am buying it for my EVGA i7960 Zotac 780 system now. Very reliable and excellent performance.
Cons: Don't have any to date.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This case has a lot of room for video cards, MB, CH80 CPu cooler etc. It uses very little energy and keeps the gaming i7980 and Nvidia 680 cool and humming.
Cons: The additional fan and shroud for the back of the video cards will not fit when you use the more modern 680 cards and above my MSI or Gigabyte. NP however the computer is cool as a cucumber.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: sturdy construction with good tilt toward user so the laptop screen is easily seen.
USB ports great while they worked. Has its own power source.
My MSI i7 820 QM runs at 160to 180 degrees F without the pad and 150 to 172 F with it. With the back of the laptop off for more air access it drops the temperature to 145 to 165 F. Not a real heat reduction when compared to the desktop cooling systems but I have been told the i7's just run hot in laptops. the NVIDIA stays from 120 to 135 F.
Cons: the female mini usb connector used to connect the 4 satellite usb ports on the cooler to the laptop came loose from its circuit board. tried gluing it back but the glue didn't hold it under the pressure needed to get the mini usb chord inserted. So,now no extra usb 2 ports. I bought it in February 2013 and didn't start using it much till June. Then the issue. Oh well.
Other Thoughts: I'd probably buy another but I would definitely watch that connector.
Cooler master should ID this and consider reinforcing that mini usb 2 port.