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Pros: Probably have put at least 15-20 of these in service over the past 3-5 years. Only one has failed. 380 watts has been enough (without pushing) for ALL my applications including servers. Very quiet-at least when is is cool-I have not run at high temps. Unless you are gamer or other user that runs multiple high end video cards and other stuff at the same time 380 watts is fine, believe. If you are still unsure, Google 110v Watt meter and purchase and find out for your self. Just buy it. It will work
My fear about using an overspecified supply, i.e. 600w, is that say a 125w load will not be in the "Sweet Spot" for maximizing efficiency. Wow what a mouthful!
Cons: No power cord- Not a biggie for me. At little pricey?
Other Thoughts: Make sure it has enough SATA power connectionsREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SteelSeries Merc Stealth Backlit Programmable Gaming Keyboard
Pros: great concept. heavy. seems rugged. nice backlighting, thats really why I bought it and it was inexpensive
Cons: great concept. now a great paperweight. Maybe great for gamers
but standard key combos don't work.
This review is from: StarTech 1 ft USB to RS232 Serial DB9 Adapter Hub with COM Retention
Pros: COM port retention works with multiple adapters, even when you change port values. have bought like ten of these and no doa's or returns. Have used with XP and windows 7. Have not tried with 8,yet.
Cons: It does not predict the future.READ FULL REVIEW