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This review is from: NEW Black PC Wireless Controller Gaming Receiver For XBOX 360
Pros: It works, no issues or hiccups once installed.
Fast shipping from this seller, at least for me.
Cons: Not plug and play, as everyone else will tell you. If you're the kind of person shopping around for this instead of going to Wally World or Best Buy and throwing out $40 or whatever they want, you shouldn't have much of a problem getting the drivers working for this.
Other Thoughts: If you want great gamepad play for your pc, this is the way to go! Very happy I grabbed it, breathed new life into my emulators and steam.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It displays a picture, and the picture represents what your computer is doing.
Cons: Very poor darks, issues in gaming and watching media. If you're planning on using this with an intel HD 2500/4000 type on-chip GPU, look elsewhere. Unplayable darkness in games such as WoW. It suffers less with a better video card attached, but the colors are still drab and washed out looking compared to what it should display. Don't think you're getting a bargain here - you're buying cheap, and you're getting even cheaper.
Other Thoughts: Just look elsewhere and spend the "sweet point" of around $150 if you're looking for a nicely sized, basic LED monitor to do some gaming/media watching on.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GELID Solutions GC-VGA02-01 1 Ball, 1 Sleeve VGA Cooler
Pros: This cooler is pretty versatile, and after installation, was cooling my card (GTX 560 TI from Gigabyte) a fair amount better than the original installer, which was a 4-pipe dual-fan "Windforce." That cooler lasted not quite a year before it started whining and the slave fan died, so I replaced it with this cooler. The paste is good, the sink is good, so as long as the fans hold out, it's doing well - idles as low as 27C, under load at 900mhz/1012mv it will get up into the low 70s.
Cons: The installation was somewhat pesky, and a matter of 3 or 4 words on the instruction sheet would've saved me half an hour of internet searching. Namely, it comes with an "NVIVO" heatsink attachment that it tells you to install around step 2 of the Nvidia process. It fails to mention anywhere that this piece is only for the GTX 200 series - but I looked into it before trying to install it, and there are some good videos online.
Other Thoughts: It's not a bad aftermarket cooler for the money - don't bother getting different thermal paste, the Gelid stuff is very solid and will perform about as well as Arctic Silver 5, so considering that it comes with everything needed for an install (and lots of extra heatsinks/3m thermal tape) it's the way to go.
NEVER buy Arctic Cooling products - their fans love to die nearly immediately.