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Pros: These surprized me at how much air they push. They're fairly quiet, not an annoying sound like some fans. Seem well built. Price.
Cons: I new this before I bought them, but the color. Tracking info, they give you a tracking number and tell you it was shipped China post. When you google China post all kinds of them come up. Copy the tracking number paste well that one didn't work try a different one...
Other Thoughts: If you need a slim fan I don't think you'll be disappointed with these. They took almost 3 weeks to get to me, not a big deal I've ordered stuff from China before.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, reliable, "so far". As far as I know all ssd's slow down if you fill them up. It's not quite as fast as my samsung evo but gets a better overall score using as ssd.
Other Thoughts: This is for Thomas G. that wrote a review 12/30/2015. How could your drive fail after 3 years 20 days when they came out Q1 2015 ?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Reliable board for me. I like that it has usb 3 on board, most do now. The fan control is great. I can turn it on and off with a wireless mouse or keyboard and my IR usb remote, I have to be in windows media center to turn it off with the remote and to turn it on I hit the sleep button. I saw one review say that it wouldn't wake from sleep with his IR remote, mine works great, Diamond RC118 looks just like the Rosewill 11002. I have good sound through my headphones and speakers no weird buzzing or crackling.
Cons: Doesn't work with all cpu coolers, I sent two boards back to Newegg thinking they were bad one of the dimms not working, I think it was the cooler I tried to use, ID Cooling IS-60 no back plate just posts that go through the board and secure from the back with nuts. Well I decided to give it another shot and set it up outside the case with the stock Intel cooler and everything worked. I then put the ID Cooling cooler on it and sure enough one of the dimms didn't work. I ended up putting a Cooler Master Seidon 120M on it. I had to file a little bit of the plastic clip on the back plate to clear the chip on the back of the board, yes there is a chip right there. I guess they couldn't put it somewhere else.
Other Thoughts: I've been running this for about a year now with no problems. Had an i3-4330 originally now I have an i3-4360, Cooler Master Elite 130, Cooler Master Seidon 120M Silverstone 450 watt bronze sfx psu 2 x 8gb 1600 Crucial ram, 256gb Crucial M550, 1tb Seagate barracuda, on board graphics. Edit: I just picked up another one of these. It works perfect like the first one. I don't see having any problems with it as I have had my first one for well over a year now.READ FULL REVIEW