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This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper T4 - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: I have had many problems blowing out PSUs in the past and frying motherboards and it took me way to long to realize all you have to do is spend 20 bucks on a CPU cooler because the stock ones are always trash. I havnt had a PC run this well in years. It handles my 6 core AMD FX chip fine, as a matter of fact I overclocked the processor from 3.5ghz to 4.2ghz for about 6 months now and its been running nice and cool/stable. If your building a PC or upgrading your CPU this is a MUST BUY. Better to spend 20 bucks on this than 300 replacing blown parts.
Cons: Install a bit counter-intuitive, just follow the directions.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Creative Sound Blaster EVO 3.5mm/ USB Connector Circumaural Headset
Pros: Comfortable and nice looking
Cons: The plastic part connecting the ear piece and headband broke after a week, poor construction. The USB stopped working a couple days after using it for the first time. Only the standard audio jack worked after so I can never take advantage of the advanced audio options available in USB mode. Sound quality Meh.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: These speakers sound amazing, the base is what you would expect from a medium quality 10 inch sub or a very high quality 8 inch sub, idk how the heck they get so much power out of this 6 incher, but IT HITS HARD man. This thing can shake all 3 of the storys of my house and i have it down in the basement. And its a cleen deep bass that isnt all rattly or scratchy. These speakers are HUGE but I actually think it looks cool. People say it looks like i have professional studio speakers, and you could probably convince them they were based on how they sound. I bought them for 50 bucks.. you could probably spend 300 and still not get this quality. Def. worth the risk on these.
Cons: These can be a bit tricky to set up to your computer because they dont use only one plug to connect, they use two. One for the rear speakers and one for the front speakers. Problem is you have to figure out what goes where, it took me about 30 minutes to configure the sound inputs through my motherboards software, I would suggest downloading your MB software if you are having problems with setting these up. Usually there is a configuration tool that will allow you to make the necessary adjustments. There is a slight hiss when no sound is playing but its VERY low and is almost a relaxing white noise, i love it lol. Its quit obvious that these things are left over from like at least 10 years ago, this company prob had some financial problems and these things got stored away for some long period to be resold now. My box was never opened but it seemed about 10-15 years old and looked like it had been moved 10 times. Everything was great and brand new on the inside though.
Other Thoughts: Like I said, I'm pretty sure these things have been sitting around for a while but if you got the 50 bucks its worth the risk. I feel like I hit the lottery when I listen to these things sometimes, lol. Its a GREAT deal if it works:)READ FULL REVIEW