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This review is from: APEVIA ATX-CW500WP4 500W ATX Power Supply
Pros: Low price.
Cons: Failed within 24 of installation. It will no longer power on. RMA'ing for a refund.
Other Thoughts: The price is too good to be true. Purchased this supply based on the price. Will never repeat that mistake. Bottom line? You get what you pay for. Don't go cheap on the one part that makes everything work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The card is completely silent and doesn't overheat my case. Dual monitor support is also a plus as I work from home.
Cons: This GPU is terribly under-powered by today's gaming standards and you cannot expect it to run much of the current titles well if at all.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Koutech IO-ASA120 IDE to SATA II Device Adapter
Pros: The adapter is completely sealed, unlike other adapters I have seen. It seems to be well made with solid connectors and a snug fit. I purchased 2 of these to install SATA hard drives into my PS2 and original Xbox. The adapter fits nicely into my Xbox with plenty of breathing room, but...
Cons: ...the HDD adapter for my PS2 has molded connectors that don't align at all with the IDE/SATA adapter. Also, the power connector is upside down so I'm forced to use additional adapters to install it into my PS2.
Other Thoughts: As far as I know, there isn't another SATA to IDE adapter on the market that will fit the Playstation 2's HDD adapter. Other adapters have the IDE pins "upside down" and are too large to fit into the Playstation 2 HDD bay. The only way I know to get this to work is to make an IDE male-to-female cable and use a molex power extension cable. These adapters seem to work very well with the laptop hard drives I will be installing in my game consoles. 4/5 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW