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This review is from: Antec NeoECO C NeoECO 620C 620W ATX12V 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Prior to purchase did some research and the NeoEco 620 non-modular is apparently a highly rated Seasonic (S12II-620 Bronze non-modular). I installed the Antec when it arrived and it has worked flawlessly since.
PSU keeps on running fine without any anomalies that I have noticed. All necessary cables routed and reached where needed.
Cons: Absolutely none.
Other Thoughts: My pc that the Antec NeoEco 620c is powering in an atx mid tower psu top mount case.
-Mother Board: Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5 r1 w/ bios F3J
-8 gig (4 sticks of 42gig) Crucial Ballistix BLT2G3D1337DT1TX0
- CPU: Amd 965BE at 3.8
- Graphics Card: Asus HD5850 VoltageTweak @ 850/1200
- 4 physical hard drive (2 sata, 2 pata)
- 2 USB hard drives, 1 usb dvd drive, 1 internal DVD drive
This review is from: SIIG SC-PE4B12 32-bit PCI IDE High-Speed Dual Channel Host Controller
Pros: SIIG SC-PE-4B12v1: This card has worked well for me ever since the days of Win98Se. I typically would have a DVD R/W in one port, and 2 ATA-133's in the other port.
The bios for the card on PC boot is informative and easy to understand.
Installation is quick, easy, painless.
Cons: SIIG SC-PE-4B12v1: SIIG doesn't provide 64bit drivers; knocked an egg.
Otherwise the device has worked near flawlessly for me all of these long years.
Other Thoughts: SIIG SC-PE-4B12v1: I wanted to share that there are verified working 64bit drivers available for this card at the ACARD home site. You will not find a 64bit driver at the SIIG home site for version 1 of this card. They do have drivers for the newer OS's, but they are for the new versions of these cards that have the newer/ different chip. To get 64 bit drivers, go to the ACARD site and download the driver for their AEC-6280 v1112. I used the 64bit driver for Vista 64bit in my Win8 Pro 64bit and it installs and functions just fine. If you read SIIG's XP driver .inf they reveal that its actually an Acard AEC-6280.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Received on time and well packaged.
Installed in slots 1 and 2.
Well designed, easily clears my ZawardVapor120 cpu cooler.
Booted PC , and bios instantly recognized and configured the ram.
The heat sinks are great looking and function great.They go well with the above mentioned cpu cooler because the heat sink edge is just perfectly in the cpu cooling fan air flow path and helps the ram from becoming too toasty.
As perfect match as I could have hoped with my Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5rev1 mobo and cpu. As mentioned previously, my mobo bios had no trouble with the product "out-of_box". Ram voltage and timings; all compatible.
My system has been running rock solid.
Cons: Absolutely none.
Other Thoughts: Will buy another 4gig kit soon.
I have never overclocked the ram. No deed, they are fast enough for me.
Thank you Crucial for a fine product and to Newegg for your great service.
WinXpProSp3x86 - Win8Prox64 dual boot, Phenom II x2 555BE Callisto - ZawardVapor120, Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5, Asus EAH5850/2DIS/1GD5, Antec NeoEco-620c, Crucial Ballistix 2 x 2GB BLT2KIT2G3D1337DT1TX0.