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Pros: 1) Great price!!!
2) Very quiet fan
3) More than enough connectors for my future computer upgrades
4) Plenty of length to the cables for my large tower
Cons: 1) concerning electrical buzz when the power supply was switched on
Other Thoughts: 1) the bulk of the cable's is large and i would not think suitable for a small or average size tower
(the bulk of the wires twist tied together on arrival was about 11''x 4''x 3'')
2) I would have given this item 5 stars if i did not hear a electrical buzz and as long as the electrical buzz is not my power supply slowly burning out i will be very satisfied
Pros: •very sturdy
•plenty of room makes it easy for first time builders
•the tool and extra screws, pull ties etc. were nice to have on hand
•lots of fans to cool down those over clocked AMD processors and all the high performance high heat hardware you might have
Cons: •not sure if it's really a con but it's heavy
•my 480 watt power supply barely reached the mother board and would not reach my top cd drive so i just moved my cd drive down a slot for now i was thinking about getting a 700ish watt power supply as i upgrade my pc over the next few months anyways
Other Thoughts: you can't beat it for the size and cooling ability for the price it's going forREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: it's an in-expensive 15000 RPM hard drive
first frustration out of many purchases with new egg
Cons: the interface is not as they stated "Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)" or is lacking it's full definition it is in-fact a "SAS 29 Pin Single Post SATA" i found this out after being on hold for quite some time with customer serves "they are not tech savy" the only help they could give was the offer of a return and 4 hours of surfing later i figure out what cable i needed
in researching cables it made me wonder how practical it is to buy a 15000 RPM hard drive when it is only sata compatible "1.5 Gb/s" and is not sata II compatible "3.0 Gb/s" i am now contemplating returning this hard drive and getting a 10000 RPM hard drive with a SATA II "3.0Gb/s" compatibility
Other Thoughts: frustratingREAD FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Lee K.
Date Joined: 10/11/08
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