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This review is from: BitFenix BFC-PRO-300-KKWA-RP Prodigy Window Side Panel Black
Pros: -Fits perfectly (not large at all)
-Even paint job and same shade as original
-Shows my GPU's waterblock perfectly
-Price is right
Cons: Inner side of the acrylic came in HEAVILY scratched and had some pock marks. There is no protective film on the inner side of the window.
Not sure if this was the condition from the factory or if someone returned it and Newegg shipped me a returned product. I will be contacting Newegg CS for a replacement as this is unacceptable as a "new" product.
Other Thoughts: Someone else from my forum also received a lightly scratched window, so it may be a factory QA problem. I definitely suggest Bitfenix to have a protective film on BOTH sides of the acrylic for future batches.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill Green Series RG530-S12 530W Continuous @40°C, 80 PLUS Bronze Certified, Single 12V Rail, SLI & Crossfire Ready, Active PFC "Compatible with AMD APU & Intel Core i7,i5,i3" Power Supply
Pros: Used this for the Prodigy build for my friend. It can handle overclocks on the 3570K with an HD7850 and runs pretty quiet even during load.
Cons: It is not modular, but you should already know that. Cables were stiff, but were not a hassle to bend or move around.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sennheiser Black CX150 Earbud Noise Attenuation Earbuds
Pros: -good mids and highs
-deep bass without sounding tinny
-noise isolating (not cancelling)
-good for running, no cord noise
-got on sale for only $16
Cons: -Wires feel thin, but have been durable
Other Thoughts: I use Sennheiser HD555s for home use, but for when running or commuting to college, these are wonderful for blocking out most of the noise in a bus or light rail.
It obviously won't sound as good as my HD555s, but for 1/10 of the price, it's not far off. Definitely would recommend!
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