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Pros: Idle Temps: 25C - 26C (Temps logged with Core Temp)
Load Temps: Has never gone over 49C (Prime95 Blend Test)
No problems installing
Not too loud
Not so heavy that you'll need a jack stand under it.
Did I say excellent cooler!
Cons: Xigmatek's packing box could be stronger, came with a few bent fins. Nothing I couldn't easily fix.
Other Thoughts: Wish I had found this much sooner. Thanks FrostyTech :)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Intel EXPI9301CTBLK Network Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI-Express 1 x RJ45
Pros: Best NIC's I've ever owned.
Other Thoughts: Got 3 of these now for all my PC's. 2 PCI-Express, and 1 PCI for my oldest rig. Shut off the [Intel(R) PROSet Monitoring Service] don't need it checking for driver updates for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: At the XIGMATEK site they are exactly what they claim them to be which is as follows:
Product Name – XSF-F1252 4PCS Pack
Product Number – CFS-SXGJR-KU3
Material – P.B.T. Black
Dimension – 120(L)x120(W)x25(H) mm
Voltage Rating – 12 V
Start Voltage – 7V
Speed – 1500±10% R.P.M.
Bearing Type – F.C.B Fluid Circulative Bearing
Air Flow – 45.2 CFM
Air Pressure – 1.43mm-H2O
Life Expectance – 25000 hrs
Noise Level – 20.2 dBA
Color – Black
Connector – 3 pin
I'm sure these fans are just fine if you are looking for 45 CFM case fans.
Cons: Here's the problem:
Specs on the NewEgg product page
• 1800 +/- 10% RPM
• 75 CFM max.
Which are specs for the following:
Product Name XSF-F1252
Product Number CFS-SXGJR-KU2
Notice the different PRODUCT NUMBERS.
Other Thoughts: I was looking for a deal on some 70-80 CFM case fans and thought I found one. I can see how this mistake was easily made as the Product Names both use XSF-F1252.READ FULL REVIEW