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This review is from: Antec TruePower Classic series TP-650C 650W 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Power Supply
Pros: Bought it in Black Friday for $60. At this price, it was a great deal for 80 plus gold psu. Great output at 12V+ rail (separate rails for your graphics card which is just what you need). No noise at all. I have GTX 770 and AMD FX 8320
Cons: None so far. Modular would have nice. But I have great casing with good cable management. It might be an issue for those with small cases.
Other Thoughts: If you find this psu in deal, grab it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Future proof. Games will now use more cores and going with AMD is the way to go, especially if you are on a budget like me. I am very happy with the purchase.
Cons: Runs a little hot but nothing big deal in a good case. I get 35 during gaming.
Other Thoughts: Many people are talking about the stock fan. The stock fan is not good enough. It is too small. I suggest you go for an aftermarket cooler.
Another big culprit I found in many AMD motherboards is the smart fan control. By default it is disabled in many cases and it forces the fan to run at higher speed than it is required. I dont know but after enabling it in BIOS with target temperature of 50 (even the BIOS records wrong temperature for cpu if I am not mistaken), i noticed the fan runs way cooler now. I suggest everyone to look at this setting whoever has issues with noisy fan.
This review is from: Rosewill RCX-Z300 92mm Ball CPU Cooler
Pros: Looks nice and seems good with older socket
Cons: If you go to manufacturers website, it doesnt list that the cooler is compatible with ivy bridge or haswell sockets but here in neweeg, it is listed as compatible. So buyers beware!READ FULL REVIEW