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Pros: Asus fit the GTX 460 gpu with its own custom copper heatsink and fan, and it cools it nicely without making horribly loud noises. It also seems shorter in length than other 460s out there. I never would have gotten a 460 due to its size until I noticed this. Fits very well in a mid-tower.
Very cool black PCB with matching, minimalistic plastic cover. Not one of those obnoxious, sticker-labeled fat video cards. Says it's already overclocked, but you can deff go higher.
Cons: Thought about it for a few minutes, and I can't find a con.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS9700 LED 110mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
Pros: Running an AM3 Athlon II quad-core, and it idles at 23 deg C. Pretty quiet without compromising cooling performance. Variable controller helps, as well.
Cons: I wish I were more careful with the copper blades. They always cut me when I handle it lol.
Other Thoughts: For about 2 months, I went without cleaning the fan, and the performance diminished pretty quickly (34 deg C idle). Of course, this is the same as any other CPU, but just wanted to share that.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: +The standard colors are correct! You don't have to mess around with the color settings unless you like a very 'cool' or 'warm' picture.
+LED power light is small and subtle. Hardly noticable when watching a movie in a dim room.
+Does not wobble unless you deliberately shake your desk in an attempt to see if it wobbles. Otherwise, elbow bumps and typing won't rock it.
+Screen powers off when comp goes to standby, auto-on when comp resumes.
+Sturdy design makes me feel confident about the monitor lasting a long time.
+Quickly switch between VGA and DVI with one button
+Screws for VGA & DVI cables actually fit lol. So many lower-end monitors aren't aligned properly with the screws.
Cons: -Wish there was an HDMI socket. Would have made it complete
-Not the slimmest LED monitor out there, but the picture matters the most
-Design is not the prettiest.
Other Thoughts: ~The design is very traditional, which I like. It's not cutting-edge modern glossy design like the rest. It's very reminiscent of the dawn of flat screen displays.READ FULL REVIEW