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Pocket Mini-Torch USB Rechargeable LED Light Flashlight Lamp Keychain 0.3W 25Lm
  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Bright, Small, Cheap.

Cons: Lasts an hour... bummer for cycling, good for everything else. Just carry extras...

Other Thoughts: I have bought 2 dozen of these. The two packs are cheaper. Good party favors. 1 on the dogs leash, 1 in the glove box, 2 stowed in my camping gear, 2 Velcro to my bicycle helmet, 2 for fixit chores (getting old, need light, glasses, and magnifiers).

Polk Audio Tabletop Digital Audio System with iPod/iPhone Dock - I-Sonic
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Radio and MP3 player sounds good. Has clock and alarm. Has a headphone jack.

Cons: AUX input whines when plugged into a grounded source. Like a PC or DVD player. Whining stops if they and everything they are attached to is unplugged. It does not whine for my mobile MP3 player.
WAAAA! I wanted to replace my broken PC audio system.

Other Thoughts: I'm have nothing to try out the IPOD dock.
For $50 bucks it's a keeper. My old alarm clock is getting finicky to program.

SILVERSTONE FHP-141 140mm (120mm mounting holes) Case Fan
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs The beast growls 10/30/2013

This review is from: SILVERSTONE FHP-141 140mm (120mm mounting holes) Case Fan

Pros: The Beast moves a lot of air thru TT 2.0 PRO 48mm thick rad (similar to Antec 920), mounted with 120mm-140mm adaptor. At full power 2050 RPM it drops my 2600k CPU (100% load @ 4.4GHz) core temps are 3-5c lower than the Excalibur at full power 2200 RPM.
PWM Control is very good over the my entire range 792-2050 RPM. No clicking, no resonance, and no surging. (ASUS P8P67 Deluxe motherboard PWM control, power from 4 pin molex). The Power/Quiet mode switch changes the RPM top end. Someone will love this feature.

Cons: It Brraaaphs or should I say it Grrrrs loudly at full power. At 1300 RPM it's barely noticed, but the CPU temps are back up.
It's not balanced well enough. There is a mild vibration when holding it in free air. It's a little worse off when holding it in the top exhaust position.
Some are going to hate the 120mm mounting.

Other Thoughts: It's good to have only 1 fan as two can Zero Beat etc. This fan can do the job, and have the static pressure you need to move air thru a rad.
The noise is annoying even if it measures lower than others.


Paul H.'s Profile

Display Name: Paul H.

Date Joined: 03/28/10

  • Reviews: 40
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  • First Review: 04/18/10
  • Last Review: 07/10/14
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