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This review is from: Corsair Hydro Series™ H80i V2 Water / Liquid CPU Cooler. 120mm CW-9060024-WW
Pros: So easy to install, anyone can accomplish it. Super quiet, the only thing I hear is the side fan. It uses a back plate to reinforce the mount on the CPU. Super thick radiator to keep it all cool.
Cons: The only con is Corsair should label the mount screws, no loss of eggs, just a suggestion.
Other Thoughts: You need this in order to run a overclocked machine, that might get a little warmer. Super beefy designREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Asus again makes a a fine board. The BIOS is made for a beginner, so anyone can handle this for their first build. I used a G4400 Skylake LGA 1151 CPU to just get the board up to speed before buying a super fast Quad core I7. Decent speeds out of the box, with the setup I made. Feature rich board, 5 fan ports, 3 PCIe slots 6 Sata USB 3,2,1. As I mentioned before about the BIOS, easy to overclock, (I only bumped up slightly)
White features are cool, but the rear cover is cheap steel. BiIOS contains more features then the board has. Overall a descent board for the entry gamer, build this one in order to get ready for the next. Displayport and HDMI work great, I do love the display port for video, my monitor is quite large and this board does drive it once you update. Mid-range price is a great place to start.
Cons: CPU tool is..............................strange
Other Thoughts: Spend a whole bunch of time tinkering away to find out the all the settings.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Belkin F9K1015 N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender
Pros: By far the easiest WiFi extender I have hooked up. With simple directions you just plug it in where you think its about half way out of your range. Find it with a laptop or tablet. Sign in to your wireless network, and boom done. Afterwards I walked out to my patio with a tablet and noticed a much better signal.
All I wanted out of this was to extend the range on my patio, it did exactly that.
Did I mention how easy it was to hook up? Simple direction are always the best.
Cons: Someone may unplug it and screw it up, so spread the word in your house.
Other Thoughts: I keep my router at one end of the house, and this extends my range in a long egg shape area.READ FULL REVIEW