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Pros: It's not the best SSD I own, but considering price (~$100 on sale), I'd rather own two of these (which I do) than one of the Samsung 840 Pros. Then also consider its faster than any spinner I've ever owed.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: So easy to use. I've upgraded (Cloned) all my old 120GB SSDs to 240 & 256'ers, so what to do with the old 120's? Re-purpose them of course. Music on the blue ones, pics on the red ones, data on the black ones. Sata-3 is still faster than USB 3, so I remove the drives and put them in tray less hot swap racks (xfers 60GB in 7 minutes) then back to the enclosures.
Cons: No dings - but the plastic covers are a bit tight and can be difficult to remove - very easy to snap back on though. Hopefully the edge tracks will wear in time.
Other Thoughts: I always pack a couple of these whenever we visit family - trade pics, home movies - the size of the drive inside is the limit!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought a Corsair H100i two years ago and although I was very happy with it, I decided to try Cooler Master's 240M. Attaching the heat exchange block to the CPU was easier and the parts seemed to fit better than the Corsair's. That's the end of the pros.
Cons: The radiator is smaller than the H100's and its two fans much louder. To cool as well as the H100, I removed Cooler Masters two fans and put 4 Cougar Vortex in a push pull configuration - and now I'm happy. But that was an extra $60 !
Other Thoughts: At less than half the price, the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO heat pipe cooler does a better job cooling than this water cooler with its two fans.READ FULL REVIEW