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Pros: More comfortable than other notebook mice I've used, variable DPI settings, nice blue matches my netbook perfectly
Cons: First one died within a week. RMA'ed back to OCZ and got a regular sized one (not the notebook version). RMA'ed that and got another regular sized one. RMA'ed that one and finally got a notebook one. Been working ever since
Other Thoughts: Minus one egg for the RMA snafu, but they let me keep one of the bigger ones so it's all good.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec P182 Gun Metal Black 0.8mm cold rolled steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Sleek look, removable fan filters, controlable 120 mm fans, can be quiet with the right fan speeds.
Cons: Sleek exterior is easily marred if not extremely careful, kinda cramped, bottom bay is kinda worthless as most modern PSUs are long enough that you have to remove the fan. Long video cards will most likely just barely have enough room unless you remove the middle bay.
Other Thoughts: Overall it's not a bad case. I got an insane deal on mine so I can't complain. If I had to choose, I'd probably have gotten the Antec 1200 as it's got more room.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: DFI BloodIron P35-T2RL LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Great Price point, rock solid while it works, supports quad cores.....
Cons: North Bridge heatsink is very tall and only a passive cooler. It runs hot and might interfere with large after market heatsinks.
I had one of these in my system for about a year and it was running perfectly fine. So good I bought one for another build I was doing. Two months after I delivered the second rig, the board died. I tested it with my identical board and RMA'ed back to DFI. Got that board back and everything was fine. Then mine died. Nothing changed in the system. I reset the BIOS, swapped RAM, PSU, video card, and processor and the thing will not POST.
Other Thoughts: Screw it, I'm done with DFI. I bought a Gigabyte board to replace it. DFI's lanparty boards look nice but are WAY to expensive, and seeing how their middle of the road board (this one) isn't reliable I don't see me buying from them again.READ FULL REVIEW