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This review is from: QPAD CT Series QPAD_CT_4MB Black Gaming Mouse Pad
Pros: nice and slick surface. Like another user said its kind of a hybrid cloth/plastic with the advantages of both. works great with my G5 and is nice and wide
Cons: maybe it doesnt need to be as wide as it is?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: No fans, looks awsome with the heat pipes and all. Great for overclocking, and has ASUS 8-Phase Power Design.
Cons: Its hot, mine ran at about 58 right when i boot it up.
Other Thoughts: So what i reccomend is getting a Zalman 7700-cu heatsink. Its cools off the whole board and dropped my temp for the mobo to 48-52. It still runs hot (to make a long explanation short) i dont have proper cooling for the main chamer in the case.
Take note. In the event you need to remove the backplate on the motherboard if you put a new heatsink on, just blast the backplate with an upside down can'o'air. The frost makes the glue very brittle and with a little pressure it will pop right off.
This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS7700-CU 120mm 2 Ball Cooling Fan
Pros: Its all copper, obviously the best material for heatsinks.
Cons: Didnt cool off the cpu as much as i hoped for and expected, although it does cool the mobo by 8-10 more then before.
Other Thoughts: My mobo is the A8n 32 Sli Deluxe from asus. Its a nice board, passive cooling so there are no fans on it and this fan does a great job of cooling it off.
A helpfull thought. When you try to remove the backplate from the motherboard to put the new one on, i saw that people recommended using a hairdryer or whatnot to melt the glue, but what i did was take a can'o'air, tilt it upside down, and blast the thing with the frost. THe glue becomes brittle and with little force on the two threaded deals on the top of the board that stick through the board it should pop right off.