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This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000 - Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX Blue Switches
Pros: Extremely sturdy.
First keyboard I have owned to withstand my pounding of the keys while programming, light gaming, and writing papers for school.
Classic Clickity Clack sound :D!
Would highly recommend this keyboard if Cherry MX-Blue switches are your switch of choice.
Cons: Hefty. But that is not a bad thing.
Other Thoughts: All these other people seem to have an issue with the micro usb port on the keyboard since the cable is removable. I have yet to see any symptoms from such, or any where else on the keyboard. I would recommend this keyboard in a heart beat to anyone looking for a nice mechanical keyboard.
Make sure you know what type of mechanical Cherry MX switch you like before buying a keyboard! Rosewill offers a great selection of different switch types, so you should be able to find this great keyboard with the switch of your liking.
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
-Keeps my CPU Cool
Stock temps in my case went from 43-57c to 34-36c
Other Thoughts: I originally got this for my computer because the stock AMD heatsinks/fan that come on the AMD Phenom line are noisy and don't really work that well. I live in AZ were it is hot, so I kind of expect my computer to run a tad bit on the hot side, which I noticed with the stock AMD cooler. As soon as I put this cooler on my AMD Phenom II x4 955 3.2ghz Quad Core CPU, I saw much better temperatures. This cooler even allowed me to overclock my CPU to 3.8Ghz with our hitting 40c under load. This is a truly amazing heat sink and the best part is that its universal so it fits just about every CPU on the market!!!
I now have one of these on every computer in my house because they work so well and they reduce the noise greatly!
Lots of airflow compared to the stock Rosewill fans that came with my case.
Cons: Non really. I am very satisfied with these in my case and would purchase them again.READ FULL REVIEW
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