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This review is from: P3 Kill A Watt Electricity Load Meter and Monitor
Pros: works exactly as advertised with no defects going on three months now. Using it to monitor how much power i am using to charge my car.
Cons: Will probably take up two outlets on a regular wall plate.. Its a tight fit for a second if you want to tryREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series 500R Arctic White Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case
Pros: THis case is super quiet!
Has everything you want in a case and hase super minimalist stylig so it does not look tackey.
TOns of fans coem with it, while still having the option to add more.
Dust protection gallore.
Switch for the lights was an amazing thought ( wish it turned of the power buttion light as well though)
Cons: light switch does not turn of power or cpu light ( some people might not want that, but it would be helpful for those of us that like the room dark occasionally while the thing si running)
Fans do not have the option of being conected to motherboards fan conroller. Have some proprietary pin connection. Sad that they would remove this option from our hands. SOme days I just want my fans to be controlled by my motherboard rather than a switch.
Pros: THis card freaking rocks, comes with its own Overclocking GUI utility( that unfortunately does not integrate wiht my ASUS motherboards Overclocking GUI utility[ASUS get on that]).
Cons: It does not come with a solar array to offset the power usage of my system?
there was now Assasins Creed III offer when I boutght it.
Its also cheaper now...grumble...technology trends... grumble
Other Thoughts: THis card is huge, make sure you can handel one this long, warn your G/F.
I got suckered in by SLI the last few times, law of diminishing returns always holds true. This time I am just buying 1 massive card at a reasonable price, so when the next most awsome series comes out from NVIDIA I can afford to sell this one off for the new one, wiht more power and more memory.