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Pros: - Goes on sale for $23
- 85% Efficiency for conversion (yielding 10,200 mAh of true battery power)
- Quick charge is here to stay and won't be replaced by something better in the near future
- Nice texture, won't easily scratch
- LED proves to be more useful than not
- High amp input
- Charges Moto X Pure from zero to full in 55 minutes
Cons: I have another 12,000 mAh charger that weighs more and is smaller so maybe there is wasted space here? Though the regulating chips and circuitry could be the culprit.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1 - Great overclocker, currently have it stable at 1.5GHz core and 8GHz memory
2 - Quiet, it DOES have a 0db mode out of the box which I was unaware of
3- Cool, doesn't get past 67 degrees running Valley
4 - No coil whine
5 - Most affordable aftermarket cooled Ti - $625 after selling Batman
6 - Performance numbers nearly identical to SLI'd 970s
7 - Backplate
Cons: 1 - No LED
2 - Only 6 + 8 pin PCI-E (I've read less overclockability because of that?)
Other Thoughts: I recently switched from desktop gaming to laptop and opted for the Alienware 17 R2 with the Graphics Amplifier. Since the box does not allow for an SLI configuration, I wanted a beast of a single card and so far this has proven to be a great buy. I kind of wish it had an LED logo but seeing as I would never see it in the graphics amplifier, this is no big deal for me. The Witcher 3 is much more enjoyable now than with a single 970.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend 2.5" 256GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) TS256GSSD370
Pros: It's about Corsair Force LX fast. Faster than PNY Optima. Not as fast as Crucial MX100 or Samsung 840 EVO. Those are the SSDs I own and can compare it to. The specs are: Read: 560MB/s Write: 460MB/s, Read/Write: 75000 IOPS, and uses Synchronous MLC flash. I got it for $75 so it was a great deal for me.
Cons: Ugly logo doesn't look good on a tray in an NZXT S340, will probably just plastidip it white.
Other Thoughts: Easy to install OS on.READ FULL REVIEW