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This review is from: FSP Group Mini ITX/ 19V DC 180W Power Adapter for Intel motherboard (FSP180-ABAN2)
Pros: The only 180W external power supply for mini ITX or all in one PC I could find.
Cons: We got about 10 of these power supply over the last 6 months for mini ITX builds we did and as of now 6 already had problems.
The power supply will just shut down and the only way to turn the computer back on is to completely unplug the power supply from the outlet and the pc and connect everything back.
Checked the computer output and it is not using more than 65W.
Also the plastic casing is cracked in the corner on almost all the power supplies we got from what looked to me like they were stored stacked one on top of the other which when moving the whole pallet make the plastic legs crack the plastic of the brick it sits on.
Other Thoughts: DO NOT BUY!, I tried to contact FSP directly to activate and replace the bad units through RMA since there is a 2 year warranty but they do not respond to emails and the only phone number I found is for their office in Taiwan.
NewEgg replaced a few of them but the new ones I got had the same problem.
I am returning them for a refund and going with a different model (150W) which I know worked for us before (too bad that one is FSP as well.... I am crossing my fingers this issue is not cross model problem).
As a reference the build we used these power bricks on is:
ASUS H81T/CSM motherboard
Intel Core i3-4370 CPU (54W)
CORSAIR Vengeance Performance 8GB CMSX8GX3M2B1600C9
WD BLACK SERIES WD5000BPKX 500GB
This review is from: Rosewill RM-C2U Mouse – Black, 3 Buttons, 1 x Wheel, USB Wired, Optical, 800 dpi
Pros: They are cheap. medium size and fits both hands so lefties can feel comfortable using it.
Cons: I use these mices for a while now but the last 2 batches I bought (about 20 of them) more then half are bad. Keep freezing until you disconnect them and reconnect them and even then sometimes it gives an error "USB device not recognized".
I tried across different usb ports (both usb2 and usb3) and different computers.
Other Thoughts: Too cheap to deal with exchanging them.
Just spend a little more and buy a better mouse that works
Display Name: Lior L.
Date Joined: 02/15/11
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