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This review is from: TP-LINK TL-NC230 720p HD Wi-Fi Day / Night Cloud Camera
Pros: easy to set up
easy user interface.
Easy to contact support and they send you a link to right where you need to go for this camera.
Easy to hook to computer or ipad I had mine hooked to both.
Also able to use as a wifi extender.
Cons: way to much trouble and it never gets right.
Way to many false reports.
Spent to much time each day to get it to save color settings.
Other Thoughts: On auto you get good color but when it goes to night it is pitch black till you log into the user interface then set it day n night then save then back to auto. same thing happens in the morning. you have to log into setting the change it to day and night then save and back to auto.
If you leave it on day and night it is black and white and you really cant tell who it setting it off when it does get set off. Sends notifications to your email after setting sound and motion right out of 50 triggers only once did it get my dog in front yard. I ran many test and had friends and neighbors walk right up to it and around front yard.
Took way to many log ins to set it up right each day to get color then it didn't pick up all but one time. If you want something you can set and forget then check email once a day or two then this isn't a product I would buy.
Pros: First off as an item i recived to review i found it very heavly built.Single 12 volt rail which is always preferred over a dual rail psu. I found the power cord heavier built than other 1200 watt psu I have used in builds. I wound not plug this into an outlet cord or strip. 7 year warranty which outdoes other PSU of this range by at least 2 years.
Cons: none so far if I run into any down the road I will re do my review here.
Other Thoughts: Comes with a carrying case for spare cords and a wrap case for the PSU itself which I don't see you having to use unless it is to send it in for warranty repair. Years ago when o bought my first 1000 watt PSU I paid 2 times this price. There are more than enough cords for whatever you need. Strange part I fond is where some are braided cord and other are the flat cord types. On the flat cord types I found that the extra little bit of room they gives you comes in handy for multiple sata hard drives. On a lot of newer video cards they require at least 300 watt for a single card and up to 500 watt for a dual card setup. Remember that is just for the video card..
I used mine in a mid work smok series case and I had plenty of room. Though I agree might be tight with a smaller atx case which I never use anymore. Mid tower is the smallest I use. In over the 8 years I have been buying Corsair Pus units and I do build a lot of the 30 or 40 so far I have only had one go bad in warranty period. I always over power any rig for future proofing. The PSU is the one part you don't want to go short on. If you think you need a 800 watt buy a 1000 watt. It will pay off in the future.
If I think I need a 500 watt PSU I always use a 650 as a general rule of thumb. For the cost point of this PSU you are getting a steal. I have used this for a couple of weeks and the fan has yet to come on and it does not run hot at all. I am going to switch it to an amd 280x and crossfire to stress it.
Pros: I liked the color and it is DDR4 3200
Cons: when first booted it read ram as 2133
Other Thoughts: went into bios picked XMP profile 1 restarted and now it runs at 3200. pretty easy. I have liked this ram so much I just bought another 8 gigs which will give me a total of 16 gigs which is more than enough for me.
EDIT 3-31.2016 I bought 2 more sticks and with a bios update on my gigabyte Z170-UD5 to the F5 bios it booted right up and I set it back to profile xmp and now I am running 16 gigs at 3200mghtz. Great deal all around.