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This review is from: PNY Attache 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive - Bulk Pack Model FD32GATT2
Pros: It seemed to work fine for a few weeks!
Cons: After sitting in my backpack for a week or two, all the sudden windows recognizes it, but can't do anything with it. Alot like the previous reviewer was saying regarding it worked fine, is shown in Device Manager, but its useless.
Other Thoughts: Well i guess thats what i get making a impulse buy for 12 bucks on a 32gb PNY flash drive.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sennheiser Black CX150 Earbud Noise Attenuation Earbuds
Pros: I've owned all sorts of headphones over the years that i've paid between 20 and 200 bucks for. I've owned a fair amount of Sennheisers too. These are great headphones! Esp for the 15 bucks a piece i paid for them! Would i spend more on them? YES I've had a few Monsters and Beats by Dre, and i still use these as much as my Beats. The 2 pairs of Monsters i had both had one side go out, granted i'm rough with headphones. These though, sound great, and have been going strong since i got them. The difference between these and 10 dollar or even 20 dollar normal headsets is WELL WORTH and extra 20 for. Now to i believe anyone should be dropping 200 for earbuds? NO.. If someone laid out 5 sets of earbuds priced from 40 to 200 bucks, i'd be surprised if the greatest audiophile could distinguish them qualitywise by their price.
Cons: Doesn't have no style cables that prevent tangling, but they have lasted fine, even when i throw them in my Beats case in half a second, so they are durable.
Other Thoughts: Don't be buying 100 dollar ear buds, these will do just fine!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am old school about PSUs. I normally would buy name brand, Antec, Cooler Master, or Corsair items because i try to reduce the margin for error in my PC builds. Now Rosewill a few years ago I would of considered a GENERIC brand. They have proven me otherwise with their Cases *which i bought a Challenger case along with this PSU, which i love*, their peripherals, and now their PSUs. I had a Thermaltake dual rail PSU TR2 600, it powered my new Haswell build up but i got blue screens from returning to sleep in sometimes in boot and during high loads in games. Now my ATI 7950 was pulling real power, and my previous Thermaltake couldn't handle it. Not to mention the new Haswell low power sleep modes, it coudln't handle booting back into Windows from sleep mode. Not to mention i just dropped 500 on a MB and CPU about a month ago, and to get blue screens on your brand new setup i was not happy.
After using my new Rosewill Challenger tower to put this Fortress 650 in, i put my Astek Fatal1ty and 4670k into it. Along with my kingston 128gb SSD and 2 TB Seagate with my samsung SATA DVD writer. I was worried again about my MSI 7950 pulling too much power. Everything booted up perfectly. No blue screens, can return from sleep fine now. Couldn't be happier with this PS. Most gamers have these wacky ideas they need 800w - 1000w PSU for their setups, if u boil it down to the math its just not the case. I got lucky and paid 90 bucks for this unit, and I couldn't be happier!
Thank you Rosewill, you have a loyal customer!
5 x 120mm fans 1 x 240mm
MSI 7950 Radeon BOOST
Cooler Master TX3 CPU COOLER
4670k Haswell on Astek Fatal1ty Killer MB
8gb Gskill Sniper pc1866
128 GB Kingston Hyper X SSD
2 TB 7200 RPM Seagate SATA HDD
Samsung DVDWRITER SATA
Vantec GPU cooler 2x 80mm PCI Slot fan
Azio Mech5 Mechanical Keyboard
Planar 27" 2ms Secondary Monitor
Asus 144hz 24" Gaming Monitor
Corasair Aluminum Gaming Mouse Pad
Corsair m65 8200DPI Gaming Mouse
Soundblaster XiFI HD USB Soundcard
5.1 THX Altec Lansing Speakers
IT POWERS ALL OF THIS WITHOUT SKIPPING A BEAT
Cons: Not Modular, I knew that when purchasing, big deal!
Other Thoughts: If you don't understand PSUs u should really research this stuff before dropping the money it takes to get a real PSU. Lemme tell u though, if u have a moderate power pulling Haswell setup like mine, this is the PERFECT PSU. Platinum certified too? COME ON!READ FULL REVIEW
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