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The NTI software included
Cons: A bit pricey for what it is I think
Other Thoughts: It was super easy to clone my HDD with the included NTI software and just pop the SSD in and go. Also got to make the old HDD into an external hard drive. I do feel that almost $100 is to much though. Maybe $85 might be a good price. Its just that it's not samsung or anything like the price might suggest. Still very fast though compared to my old slow HDD.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 144 Hz refresh rate
VERY SOLID STAND
Cons: TN panel
THE WORST COLOR IV'E SEEN ON A MONITOR
Other Thoughts: A great monitor overall, especially for the $245 I got it for all in (tax, env. fees, etc). Very solidly built. 144 hz is a big upside. AWFUL colors. I mean horrendous. Mind you, you can correct this through windows color calibration tool for the most part. It's also very bright, i'd say more so than any of my others ive owned. Overall, I wouldnt pay the original asking price of $330 (without tax) but it is a great deal for the $200 I paid (without tax).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Never needs filling
small, doesnt take much space
keeps the CPU very cool
Cons: Small, not a very big radiator to dissipate heat (But it still does well enough for sure)
Feel like the reg price I paid was a bit high for what it is considering 3-fan long water cooling systems go on sale from arctic cooling for around that price that have the whole LED lighting thing going on and this has none of that
Other Thoughts: Overall its good, dont regret anything. Easy to own, no maintenance. Keeps my FX6300 cool in games while overclocked at 4.5 GHz. Again, it should be a bit less for what it is. Or it should have an LED to light the corsair symbol on the pump at least.
Recommended especially if on any kind of sale.