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Pros: The unknown critic who probably doesn't even own the device, says this wouldn't start a lawnmower, so they must have faked the video to scam customers out of their money. Newegg has been behind scams like this for years, and people just haven't found out yet I suppose. I know this isn't a forum, but I had to say that uninformed people shouldn't be allowed to post here. This device obviously works as advertised.
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This review is from: Sceptre 32" Class (31.5" Diag.) 720p 60Hz LED HDTV E328BV-HDH
Pros: First off, I don't have this specific set. I have the 32" 1080p model, but I'm assuming everything else is exact. I've had this set for over a year now and it literally gets 16-24 hours of use per day. Most of the times because I crash out with it still on, but then others are using it too. It has not failed me, I've lost no pixels, and there is no indication of how bad I've really treated this thing. The price offered here is excellent, and you will get a lot of use out of it. I originally bought it as a monitor to game on my PC, but now I use it to watch movies and online shows too.
Cons: There were a couple things out of the box that simply didn't work. The clock itself doesn't keep time, which has Zero consequence to me, but is annoying. I wanted to use the TVs speakers as the center channel of a 5.1 setup. I have a 5.1 setup on my computer, and since the existing center speaker is so small, I figured I would keep the surround speakers, but utilize the TV because it's speakers are bigger than my existing center. Even though the connections are there, I couldn't make it happen, and talking to tech support was ZERO help...they just advised me not to use the TV's speakers at all.
Other Thoughts: Overall the picture is crisp with a good HD source, and it's durable, and most of all stays pretty cool even after long sessions. Looks pretty bad if you're running 480p or standard definition, but I'm probably spoiled. This has been an excellent buy for me..not one regret, and I would buy a Sceptre again without hesitation.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: XION XON-850P14F High Performance 850WPower supply, compatible with Intel Sandybridge Core i3/i5 /i7 and AMD Phenom ,SLI/Cross Fire Ready, ATX 12V 2.91 & EPS 12V, QUAD 12V Rails & 6 x SATA
Pros: Got this in the latter part of 2009, but mine specifically is an 800W bought for $79.99 to use on my "high powered" AMD X2 and 8800GT and is currently in my machine now with a GTX 670 and i5 3570K. At each incremental upgrade I made, I was skeptical if this PSU would handle the new equipment and every time it didn't fail me, so I just had to come on here to give props to the only other component that has been with me since 2009...The other component is my case.
Other Thoughts: I used to hear people talking about amperage on the rails and people would tell me I didn't have enough, but that was obviously untrue in my case. Never a problem with overclocking or anything. I never did go SLI , but I have enough plugs to put another GTX670 if I wanted one. I'm on here now shopping for a 1000W ..hopefully modular PSU and after I do a little research on price and how things have been the last 4 years, I won't hesitate to buy from these guys again.READ FULL REVIEW