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This review is from: Silverstone AEROSLOTS Standard expansion slots
Pros: Temperatures tend to adjust a little more frequently,
but by about a degree or so. I could feel the air
moving out the back of the enclosure. The slot
covers do seem to cool down the pci-e cards.
When the system is not as cool, I usually notice
small detectable glitches in audio from the sound
card, but so far I don't remember hearing that
As a note, It's important to point out that the slot
covers do seem to block EMI interference.
I have all 3 empty slots ventilated even
with a wireless NIC, I haven't had any
Cons: There does not seem to be an overall difference in cooling temperatures compared
to before when I had fully covered slot covers. Either way, it's better than a fully
covered slot cover that blocks air from escaping out the back of the enclosure.
On a note, the metal is not very solid but I haven't had a problem with it bending.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this to anybody who is in desperate need of a cooling
solution. Overall, I would say that ventilated slot covers are important for
This review is from: Antec 761345-75121-6 120mm 3-Speed Case Cooling Fan
Pros: At the highest speed of 2,000 rpm, the fan is still fairly
quiet. The build quality is solid. The fans are reliable
and keep the system running cool.
Cons: The wires can be very confusing, and there is no manual that comes with the product. Fortunately, there is a manual online
which is a little helpful, but pictures showing a diagram
would be ideal.
This review is from: D-Link DWA-582 AC1200 Wi-Fi PCI Express Adapter
Pros: The D-Link DWA-582 Wireless adapter has a very strong
signal strength. I have not witnessed a single drop in connectivity so far.
Cons: After installing Windows 7 Pro x64, I did have trouble automatically connecting a couple of startup sessions, but everything if fine
now. It may be due to the fact that I installed the hardware
before the software which was against the advice of the manual.
The D-Link connection manager is nowhere to be seen for some
As a note, the antennas are very long and bulky but not really a
Other Thoughts: I'm just using Windows default Networking software to connect through the internet and everything if working fine.READ FULL REVIEW