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Pros: Running right out of the box, no installation required for me, (read other thoughts), Picked up my 5ghz wifi signal right away, connected like a dream, super fast speeds. LOVE IT!
Cons: NO CONS, I plugged it in, and connected, that easy. NO CONS!!!!
Other Thoughts: Usually when I buy hardware I go online to get the latest drivers from the manufacturers website, (as one does), but I couldn't find the drivers on Netis' website, maybe i wasn't looking hard enough but all I found was documentation. It comes with a driver CD but i don't have a cd-rom installed on my computer. So I plugged it in just to see what would happen. Bam, no installation required, system picked it up right away. Installs it as a "Realtek 8812AU Wireless LAN 802.11ac USB NIC" but guessing thats because its running a realtek chip inside. but its working perfect and i love it! GREAT PURCHASE!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill ARMOR-EVO - Gaming Mid Tower Computer Case - Supports Up to E-ATX MBs - Six (6) Pre-Installed Fans: 2 x Front Red LED 120mm, 2 x Top 120mm, 1 x Side 230mm, 1 x Rear 120mm (Supports Up to 9)
Pros: I really liked the case, got it in a bundle for a build for my brother. and fell in love. its big with plenty of room. running a Cooler Master Hyper T4 CPU cooler in it, cable management is good, all cables hidden in back of the mother board, FANS FANS FANS, comes with preinstalled fans: 2x120mm fans on top, 2x120mm fans in front, 1x120mm fan in back, and one nice and big 230mm fan on the side. really nice airflow. and there's options to install 2 more 120mm fans on the harddrive rack, so you can setup a push pull configuration for front intake.
OVERALL great case with really good airflow, great cable management and plenty of room for the price.
Cons: No cons really, you get exactly what it says you get.
Other Thoughts: After putting together a system in here for my brother, I'm getting on for my system too. for the price, you can't really do much better. I loved it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper T4 - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: Everything! 120mm fan, good size heat sink, easy install. I have used this on 2 AMD 8350's now. me and my brothers, Mine over clocked to 4.5. his temps were around 10!!!! at idle, (good airflow in his case also) Mine idles at about 17-19 (less airflow in my case) and hasn't gone over 41 yet!!! My brothers is in a pull configuration too, and works flawlessly, mine is in a push configuration. VERY VERY HAPPY WITH THIS. Seen a couple people say its loud, at full blast it does get a little loud but, that's at full blast. just make sure you tune it in your bios (or what ever you use) so its not running at full speed all the time and you will be just fine. Got mine idling at about 950rpm, runs really quite.
Cons: NOT A CON...but read other thoughts if installing on a AM3 motherboard, AMD CPU
Other Thoughts: If you are installing this on a AM3 board (amd cpu, i have a fx 8350), then it installs with the fan blowing or pulling the air towards the top of the case, not the back. So if you have all your DIMM slots filled up with high heat spreaders on your RAM then your going to have to remove at least one of the heat spreaders from the ram. It WILL go over standard sized ram. I had all four dimm slots filled with gskill ram with a little heat spreader on top, the ram stick closest to the cpu, I had to remove the heat spreader (making it standard size), no big deal, not a con. Just be aware off what your buying. Not that hard to remove heat spreaders from ram by the way, took about 5 mins and bam everything fits perfect.READ FULL REVIEW