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This review is from: Sunbeam Silent Storm IC-SS-SVBK Black/Silver Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Strong, light weight, comes with 3 120mm case fans and has room for up to 5. The tool-less design has excellent functionality.
Cons: The case is wide enough to fit in a 120mm CPU HSF, but not without modification. It may look a little goofy to some, but I don't really care. Also, you can't fit two 120mm fans on the core strip with most of today's video cards without modification, as they stick out too far.
Other Thoughts: To fit a 120mm CPU HSF in this case, you're going to have to modify the side window and fan. What I did was removed the window from the case side and turned the window inside out so that the CPU HSF isn't directly over the holes for the window case fan (it would restrict exhaust airflow). Then what I did was attach the fan to the outside of the window with a fan grille/guard over it, and then ran the power cable in between the window and case side and then completely secured the window back in.
To fit two 120mm fans on the core strip with my 8800GT, I installed one fan as far down and close to the video card as I could, then I zip-tied the second one above it into place. That way I had two 120mm fans blowing on my CPU heatsink, the 120mm heatsink fan pulling air off of the heatsink, and then the two exhaust fans pulling the air out.
This review is from: Elder Scrolls IV Xbox 360 Game
Pros: Excellent graphics, excellent gameplay, a lot of content (almost endless), great replay value. A great great soundtrack too; very moving music. Nothing like running up ontop of a hill, and when you get there you see the sun setting over the lake with the Imperial City in the distance while the string section plays that mellow track. Breath taking.
Cons: Framerate can drop in some places. No multiplayer?
Other Thoughts: A must have for anyone with an Xbox 360.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NETGEAR WG311 Wireless Adapter IEEE 802.11b/g PCI Up to 54Mbps Wireless Data Rates
Other Thoughts: This adapter picks up a good signal and gets the job done nicely. Just update the drivers to the newest set and use the Windows network software manage your networks. My only dislike was the network managing utility that came with it. It crashed every couple of minutes. I just disabled it and let Windows manage my wireless connection and haven't crashed yet.READ FULL REVIEW