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-Easy to install
Cons: -1st one burned out in a week
-One conector had a bent pin on both models (first was on a 24-pin, 2nd was on a 6-pin)
Other Thoughts: I bought this Power supply mainly because it was cheap, and i guess i got what i payed for, because it burned out in a week. the 24-pin connector also had a bent pin, but i was able move it back into place.
I RMA'd it and got a new one and so far (3 months later now) its been great. Its quiet, the airflow is nice, and it provides all the pwer i need. Once again though, i needed to adjust a pin because it was bent(this time on the 6-pin connector).
This review is from: APEVIA X-PLORER2 Series X-PLORER2-GN Black/Green Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: -Big enough for large/long cards and coolers
-Huge side fan keeps air circulating
-Plenty of extra space for cord management
-Plenty of space to add more fans if needed
Cons: -Somwhat short power cords.
-The door in front of the optical drives is unnecessary and awkwards at times.
-Only one fan included.
-CPU temp sensor doesnt stick very well
Other Thoughts: This case is great. Its big enough for a Gemini II cooler as well as a ASUS Radeon HD 7790. My only real gripes with it are with the door in front of the optical drives (it can be in the way/get caught of things), and with the CPU temp sensor(didnt stick to anything, it just kinda fell of after a day or two).
Also he instruction manual had almost no written instructions in it, it was mostly pictures. not a big deal since the pics were clear, but it would have been nice to read what the pictures were trying to convey.
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