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Pros: 1. Price
4. Works seamlessly with Linux (Debian)
Other Thoughts: SSD will just get better, over time. It'll never had the density of platters until there is a new means to building 3D density chips at a cost effective price.
SSD/HDD spoils one to never go back to straight HDD.
This review is from: BitFenix Spectre Pro All Black 200mm Case Fan
Pros: First thing I noticed on the Corsair 650D I bought was the cheap large intake fan over the drive slots.
Within 2 weeks after building the AMD FX-8350 system the wobble/distortion phase in and out sinusoidal wave form predictably surfaced
Solution: This Product. Balanced, quality construction fit into the front without having to move the lower drive slots down off the mount and adjacent to the power supply.
Other Thoughts: Between the Corsair 650D, H100i liquid cooler, Gigabyte 990FX-UD3 rev. 3.0, Corsair RM 1000 this system just chews up my needs on Linux and FreeBSD.
Blender master from git compiles < 5 minutes
LLVM/Clang [LLDB, Compiler-RT, Libc++, Libcxxabi] < 7 minutes
OpenEXR master, OpenShadingLanguage master, BulletLibrary, each < 5 minutes
That's with 16BG G.Skill 1866. Looking forward to adding the other 2 sticks.
Delivery by Newegg was prompt as has become the common result when buying from a quality reseller.
This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i Extreme Performance Water/Liquid CPU Cooler. 240mm
Pros: 1. Quality build
2. Stiff connections (tight fitting like a plumber expects)
3. Thick walled tubing
4. Clean installation mounts (Especially AMD)
5. Clearance above the motherboard easy for adding final 2 sticks.
Other Thoughts: 1. Corsair 650D Casing Jan 2013 purchase
2. Gigabyte 990FXA UD3 v.3.0 board
3. AMD FX-8350 system