Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: *Power Supply has lasted so long that I finally retired it today, owned this thing for what must of been 4-5+ years already.
*Silent, under any load that I could throw at it.
*Plenty of connections, cable length is OK for full sized towers.
*Powers my various video cards up-to a GTX 680.
Cons: One day this Power Supply will be retired and that is the con. Goodnight sweet prince.
Other Thoughts: The reason I had to retire it is due to my new video card having a 8-pin connector and this power supply not coming with one. I lost my modular PCI-E cable and had to have 2 molex connectors attached to a PCI-E adapter and another 2 molex adapters making yet another PCI-E adapter to plug in one 8-PIN adapter which then plugged into my video card.
I didn't feel good about having too many adapters connected for safety reasons which is not the fault of the power supply itself, I don't trust having so many adapters daisy chained even though everything powered up and gamed on just fine. I would recommend and buy Coolmax power supplies again in the future.
Pros: If you like Red Screens, you've come to the right card. Step right up and get some, cause the ASUS DC2T-2GD5 is not afraid to bring it. Wait a second, thats a negative so how about the positives here?
This would be the best card available if it wasn't for the redscreens.
Cons: Red Screens. Does this during gaming sessions, watching Netflix, Youtube and even leaving your desktop open for long sessions. It's redscreened anywhere between an hour to 10 hours almost guaranteed.
Other Thoughts: Uninstall the GPU Tweak, I've done that. How about upgrade GPU Tweak to the latest 18.104.22.168 that says its supposed to fix it, did that too and guess what... red screens. I don't know about you but I don't think that I should pay for a card that struts a top tier stable chip with great blazing clock speeds out of the box only to get red screens all the time and have to restart m computer more than a few times in a single sitting for just using my computer. Oh by the way, I've updated to the latest Nvidia drivers and even upgraded to the beta drivers and downgraded to an older driver just to test things out. No such luck, but all I can say is good luck and hope you get a decent card. Doesn't seem like I'm the only one with this problem. Try doing a search for ASUS GTX 670 red screen and you'll see I'm not the only one and it seems to be almost common with this card.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RISP-11001 4 Watt 2.0 Speaker System
Pros: *No tinny sound, clear audio that sounds good for a dirt cheap compact speaker solution.
*Better than generic laptop speakers
*The cubes speakers are small and attractive.
Cons: *Makes this terrible never ending screeching feedback sound when everything is plugged into my PC. If I keep the USB plugged into my computer and plug the audio jack into my Android Phone it works just fine. If I plug the USB into an external USB source such as my router it works fine on my computer. I've tried multiple USB ports on my PC and both rear and panel audio ports but get the same results when everything is attached to my PC.
Other Thoughts: I wanted to find a cheap speaker solution so that my friends have something to use when they come over instead of terrible monitor or laptop speakers. I got these speakers because they were pretty tiny and would not take a lot of room up. They are pretty much unusable for the purpose I purchased them for so I will be applying for an RMA and sending these back. Taking two eggs off due to the disappointment and possibly a manufacturing defect but Rosewill and Newegg are always pretty helpful so I won't take an additional egg off as I'm sure they will help me out on this one.READ FULL REVIEW