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This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i Extreme Performance Water/Liquid CPU Cooler. 240mm
Pros: -Fits nicely in my Carbide 500R case as it should.
-Pretty quiet, cant hear it over my case fans.
-Keeps my i7 2600k OC'd to 4.43Ghz at 19-20 Degrees Celsius at idle, 24-26 degrees under light load.
-Under a %100 load burn in test on air cooling cpu temps got all the way to 88 degrees Celsius, with the H100i highest temp I saw on a 30 min burn in was 51 degrees and most the time it hovered around 47 degrees.
I've had water cooling systems in the past that definitely cost quite a bit more than this, so for the price I cant beat it as long as it keeps working properly.
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: Not sure how good the thermal compound is that comes with it but I wiped it off and used some Arctic Silver, I might suggest you do the same.
I kind of wish I would've gone with the XSPC Raystorm 750 RS240 after a little reading since its not that much more, but hey I jumped on this before looking at that, oh well.
Pros: A lot of nice settings to play with as well as being able to adjust DPI by a push of a button on the mouse. Very smooth movement. Comfortable for my hand. My battery isn't running out in a few hours of gaming like some reviews I've read
Cons: Only downside for me would have to be that the hyper scroll mouse wheel is a bit sensitive in game causing me to pick something I don't want occasionally but I can adjust that in the settings when I have time.
Other Thoughts: First actual "gaming" mouse I've owned and so far I love itREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Blazing fast, can play all my games like HL2,BF2,Farcry,Doom3 with graphics all maxed out.
Cons: none so far its a good card
Other Thoughts: Some people have complained about the noise but my case fans are a little loud so i dont hear it. Another thing people complain about is how hot the card runs but mine only runs at 49 degrees C idle and the max its got gaming is 64 degrees C so im having no problems at allREAD FULL REVIEW