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This review is from: Rosewill RTK-045 45 Piece Premium Computer Tool Kit
Pros: -- Slick black pouch case
-- Small scale tool set, but large variety of tools
-- Everything you need to do some repairs or maintenance on your favorite PC
-- Comes with a yellow anti-static wristband ( I haven't used mine but still a awesome addition for this toolkit)
-- Ratchet screwdriver with a collection of different sized and formed tips.
Cons: -- comes with a small supply of screws and grommets, as well as some extra spacers for a motherboard--which in turn means this supply could run out if you have a thing for burning through supplies.
Other Thoughts: I bought this kit back when I built my first gaming computer, although I had limited use for it since everything fell into place pretty good, I still have the satisfaction of knowing I have backup tools for when things start rolling downhill.
The kit holds a lot of other needy items as well, such as all those twist and zippy ties you get from new PSU's and such. A nice little box holds all your screws and other misc small parts, which helps with the vast amount of extra screws you get from motherboards and other sources.
No real reason for me to "upgrade" from this kit (unless I decide to become a pro PC builder), since it has everything for me to do what needs to be done. Also that black leather outsiding has to be good for something right? Well, you know all those cool stickers and icons you get from those people you got your RAM or GPU from that you don't want to stick on your case? Slap it on the side of the kit, that looks really cool, I put this bulky sticker I got from my ASUS Sabertooth motherboard onto the side and that put some flair to it.
All in all, a great pick-me-up for easy access to needy tools.
This review is from: Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset
Pros: -- Very comfortable
-- Goes over the ear
-- Fuzzy mouthpiece to keep static sound out
Cons: -- Plug in mic (im assuming this is for the convenience of not always having the mic in for other reasons, but that just feels flimsy to me)
Other Thoughts: I kept telling myself "Im not spending $1XX on some fancy headset, I just want to talk to people" and so this came into light. Although its very cheap compared to other brand name headsets, this does the job just as well as the rest.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -- This Fan has the potential to completely eliminate your need for water-cooling your CPU and GPU, if placed right
-- If the summertime get too summery for you, just turn the fan around in your case for instant facial cooling
Cons: Not Really
Other Thoughts: Well, its a fan, and it cools.
Other than that I got this because I was somewhat questioning my airflow in my case at the time, I honestly think I don't really need it but wowzers this thing can push some air. I have it mounted on the very top of my case shooting down into the aftermarket cooler for my cpu AND hitting the gpu right behind it. Although that sounds silly because you could just turn it around and vent the air out, I feel that with the fan hitting those components with fresh outside air will work a bit better.
I questioned the rubber mounts that comes with the fan for easy installment without screws from what other reviews had said about them. But I think because I have it sitting directly on top of the case is the reason I haven't had trouble with them.
All in all, great fan, they should start their own A/C cooling line.
Display Name: Ryan R.
Date Joined: 01/25/14
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