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Pros: It is the quietest PSU I have ever used. Even under load
It powers everything
Plenty of modular power cables
Cons: A bit pricier than other units
Other Thoughts: My goal on this build was the quietest air cooled gaming machine I could build at a reasonable price. So far so good. The unit is supremely quiet, and is able to power everything without any issues so far. Haven't had it long enough to report on longevity, but I haven't had issues with other SeaSonic units in the past.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: be quiet! PURE ROCK CPU Cooler - 150W TDP
Pros: This beast is QUIET. Keeps everything cool, and seems extremely well built.
Cons: Doesn't come with installation instructions. The install is relatively straightforward, but it would be nice to have directions in the box.
May be too tall for some cases, and restict access to a memory slot on some motherboards
Other Thoughts: The 212 EVO used to be my go to cooler, but for just a couple dollars extra, the PURE ROCK is well worth it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plenty of connections
Awesome for movies
I've been told the color is great, but I'm colorblind, so who knows.
Cons: The expected IPS glow can get annoying in a dark room, but isnt noticeable otherwise.
Many games don't natively support 21:9 and require either an app (flawless widescreen, etc) or config file edits to work.
Other Thoughts: I had intended to wait for one of the FreeSync ultra wides before buying, but Newegg had such a great deal on this that I couldn't pass it up. From a hardware perspective I have no regrets. If only game developers would improve their 21:9 support...READ FULL REVIEW