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Pros: One of the best bang for buck fans out there, great air movement without the excess noise and few accessories.
Cons: Wouldn't recommend for high density radiator.
Other Thoughts: I purchased this to be useed as an exhaust for my HDD cage in my Corsair C70, but eventually took the cages out and moved them into the 5.25" bay. I still use it as an intake for my case as it moves significantly more air than the stock Corsair 120mm's that my case came with. And that's saying a lot, those fans are amazing.
I would recommend these to anyone looking for a strong intake/exhaust anywhere on a case.
I wouldn't recommend them for radiator though. When applied to mine I felt a lot of blow back in the opposite direction. In other words there was a lot of air moving, but not enough pressure to push it all through the radiator. Keep in mind it is a high density radiator. In those cases go with a fan made for that purpose. I.E. Noctua, Noise Blocker, etc.
All in all, fantastic fan for the price.
This review is from: Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Case Fan
Pros: One of the quietest, if not the quietest, fans I have ever purchased. Used a set of these for my Antec 620 and have reached awesome temperatures with no extra noise.
Also used a pair of the F12's in my girlfriends laptop cooler and they're barely audible. More than sufficient airflow considering the screen they're pushing air through is very dense.
They are expensive, but you really get what you pay for. And with Noctua you get tons of accessories, so it's definitely worth it money if you have it.
Cons: Honestly they're good looking fans. Design overall is fantastic, especially with the fins and rubber corner mounts. It's just I cannot get them to match my case at all. They completely stand out. Expensive.
Other Thoughts: These are the best fans I have ever purchased. Quiet and perform amazingly. Tons of accessories, which is always a nice bonus whether or not you use them. The only down side is that they are fairly expensive and the color scheme is hard to work into a case, but that's the expense for the best.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mionix Sargas 900 (000MIOS9) Mouse Pad
Pros: -Size alone is wonderful.
-Ability to move mouse as close to the keyboard, even underneath it, as you can.
-Very reflective surface.
-Works wonderfully with all mice.
-Smooth as butter.
-Feels very well made. High quality.
Cons: -Might be too smooth for some users preference.
-Edges are not stitched like the Razer Goliath so peeling might become a problem in the future, though no issuees or complaints for now.
Other Thoughts: Might be too smooth for some control freaks or newer high DPi users. I wouldn't recommend this for any sort of gaming style that requires pin point accuracy after long swipes or lots of movement.
I use to run a O.G. Razer Naga on a Razer Kabuto and I felt I had a ton of control over exact mouse movements and felt very accurate at 4000 DPi. My Kabuto started to get old and tatters so I switched to the Mionix Sargas 900 after reading tons of reviews, loving the simplicity of the design and overall size. My Kabuto immediately felt like a below average mouse pad. The Mionix pad was so smooth. It also feels wonderful as your wrist may glide across the surface, depending on your grip style.
But because of how smooth it is I had to back down my DPi to 2600 and sometimes I switch to 2000. I'm now using a Razer Naga 2014 and a Steelseries Sensei , don't ask me why I just like to switch depending on the game, and I have the same experience. I play on a much lower DPi and have only recently raised mine back to 4000 for an average setting.
This mousepad is absolutely amazing and the quality is top notch. It just has a huge traction curb. If you require more control I'd check out Razer's Goliath Control mouse pad. It might be a lot more of the feel you're looking for.