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Pros: Got it for half the current price. Seasonic quality. Modular.
Cons: Older internals; not Seasonic premiere line.
Other Thoughts: Corsair HX650 died after 2 years of 24/7 use. Corsair had sent it to me as a warranty replacement for their very first PSU that made it days short of the 5 years of warranty; so I basically got 7 years of Corsiar PSU for about a hundred bucks.
Anyway, I replaced it with this Seasonic. Apparently it is an older design, with respect to the internals (i.e., a 'group-regulated' design). It's still, however, a high-quality Seasonic unit. So saying it is older is like saying you have an older BMW.
Very nice at the price I got it, but would choose another at its current price point.
Pros: Cheap and came with a 3-pin to molex adapter, which is the real reason I bought this.
Cons: LED IS WHITE
Other Thoughts: I actually got this fan for the adapter, with the intention of using the fan, although it didn't really need it. Fan works fine, doesn't seem too loud, doesn't seem to move any more air than the 120mm I replaced with it.
The LED ain't blue. The fan blades are, but the LED itself is white. A big deal if this matters to you.
This review is from: XTRAC PADS Ripper Mouse Pad
Pros: Smooth. Looks nice.
Cons: Not a major negative-- could be thicker?
Other Thoughts: Nice. Works fine. But why is it so wide? It's 11 x 17.
Do people really move their mice left to right 50% more than up and down? 4 eggs.
Anyway, dimensions aren't optimal. to me, because it feels like it should be a little 'taller' and the 17-inch width is overkill.. 12 or 13 by 1 5 or 16 would be just right for a large pad to me. Still a good mousepad.