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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.
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
This review is from: Metropolitan ED500 DataVac 120 Volt Electric Duster, White
Pros: The DataVac blows out all of the major debris of dust thoroughly enough to keep the PC running in the best
condition. It's more convenient than using an air
compressor that makes you wait and wait for the
next burst air to come to a certain level of pressure.
On the other hand, using the canned air alternative is dangerous and I'll never go back to it again. I hate to
think of what that gas would do to sensitive hardware
Cons: The only thing I noticed is that there is a very thin layer of dust that still wasn't blown away from some of my hardware devices. Even though, that's not really a big deal, as long as the computer runs at it's best.
Other Thoughts: For those new to dusting out the inside of a PC, never have the duster to close, it's possible something might go wrong.
Seriously, this product is powerful, don't underestimate it just because it's small.
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