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This review is from: Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Case Fan
Pros: Amazingly quiet with good static pressure.
The brown look eventually grows on you
manufacturer was thinking about how well any consumer will be able to use these fans and included extensions and even a silencing cable (for those who need to hear people creeping outside i guess cause can't imagine why you would ever need them)
Cons: doesn't match color wise with rest of PC but they're on the back attached to a radiator so can't notice em.
Other Thoughts: 1 person started to catch the clashing color of it then said "that's a cool looking fan and quieter then i imagined a fan could be." forgetting all about why he took a closer look at them in the first place. If Noctua would make a diff color fan I would have replaced the other 3 120 mm fans i have in my case with these w/o thinking twice. Great Job Noctua!!!!!!!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It has a micro-SD reader
it's got basically any kinda reader you need
it's got a blue light on it (matches my PC theme)
never had any problems with it working personally. (is used roughly 10X a week)
Cons: Had to do a few minor mods for it to fit snugly where i wanted it but that could be the cases or water reservoirs fault.
Other Thoughts: I'm very happy with this reader. I spent prob 3/4 - 1 hr looking through the diff choices without the price being the deciding factor. I finally decided this one cause it didn't have a ton of back to back bad reviews and cause of the micro-SD slot it has then i compared to others with similar features and got this one then based on fair price thinking that if it was a junk at least i didn't spend to much on it. The final verdict is that i now buy this model when doing a PC build that needs a reader with a wide range of diverse opinions. If the USB 3.0 header is already being used of course. If not then i go for a 3.0 capable reader. Sorry if my review is kinda poorly written i take a day every few months to write reviews on things I've bought to help others.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80 PLUS GOLD Certified 1300W Active PFC ATX12V v2.31/EPS 12V v2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Full Modular PSU 10 Year Warranty 120-G2-1300-XR NEW 4th Gen CPU Certified Intel 4th Gen CPU Ready Power Supply
Pros: 10 YEAR WARRANTY!!!! Ya thats pretty awesome in this day and age. Also i recently got word from newegg that there was a problem with this PSU. I went to evga and within the same day they had a replacement on its way to me. That to me deserves as much of my business as possible. I don't have to send the one i have now back till after i get the new one. (which i've had no problems at all with but it was recalled)
Cons: The recall is annoying but in my experience it's been by far the most convenient one to deal with. Heck, most companies won't even admit when they've made a mistake. also like i said i haven't even been experiencing any problems but they are replacing it none-the-less.
Other Thoughts: Someone mentioned that you can't sleeve these cables with the capacitors. He obviously doesn't have allot of knowledge and probably shouldn't be messing with things like that. All it takes is about 30 secs with a solder iron to detach and reattach the caps one side at a timeREAD FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Trevor B.
Date Joined: 06/04/12
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