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Pros: None. DOA. The video does not whatsoever.
Cons: DOA. Didn't even get a chance to test. I used to like Newegg refurbished stuff because they are usually good. This is actually the first time I have had an issue with newegg and Asus. The board arrived dead. I spent one and half hour putting everything together. Everything in the case ran like normal, fans spinning, LEDs all lighted up. But no signal on the monitor. I tried both DVI ports on the Asus GTX 760 card and the DVI port on the motherboard. Nothing. I tried the monitor and the cable on other computers, they both worked fine. I am now very upset cause I have to pull everything off again and return this board and pay for shipping. I am never going to try my luck on refurbished motherboard ever again. I have built many computer for myself and others. This is the first time I experience such an issue.
Other Thoughts: My rig is: Asus GTX760 2GB, Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB, Crucial M500 240GB, EVGA 500 PSU, i5 4690K, Noctua NH-U9B CPU cooler.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It is extremely quiet yet put very strong air flow in and out of my case.
Cons: A little pricy, but you get what you pay for.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to replace a fan that is too loud for me and the result is stunning. I can't be more happier about this fan.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The LED is bright. Strong air flow. Keeps the case cool.
Cons: It is quite loud.
Other Thoughts: I think the loud noise is what comes with strong air flow I mentioned in the Pros. I have had other Xigmatek fans in the past and they were all much quieter than this model I bought. I bought two of these and both are pretty loud. I have three 200mm fans and 1 140mm fans installed on my case and these combined make less noise than one of these 120mm fan. I had to take it off after 15 minutes cause it's just too loud to have next to me. The air flow is strong without doubt but it's not worth the noise.READ FULL REVIEW