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This review is from: APEVIA ATX-CB700W 700W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI CrossFire Power Supply
Pros: wrapped wires. but nothing else.
Cons: DOA. i knew this was too good to be true. you get what you pay for. 700 watt psu for 43 dollars? plugged everything in, didn't even power on, no light, no power, but i did get a really bad electric shock though. nothing else.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper TX3 - CPU Cooler with 3 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: - ridiculously cheap
- superior cooling
- SUPER CHEAP!
- nice thermal paste
- easy installation (didn't even had to look at the instructions)
Cons: at this price there's no cons.
Other Thoughts: i bought this to replace the stock cooler for my phenom x4 965. @ 3.4ghz the temp was around 40c-45c idle, and full load was about 65c-67c. With this cooler i managed to get to 3.7ghz, with temps around 29c-34c idle, and full load is about 42c-45c. with a few more tweaks i can probably hit 4ghz easily with this cooler.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill Green Series RG700-S12 700W Continuous @40°C,80 PLUS Certified,Single 12V Rail,ATX12V v2.3 / EPS12V v2.91,SLI Ready,CrossFire Ready,Active PFC"Compatible with Core i7, i5" Power Supply
Pros: Zip ties included.
Cons: the pci-e connector did not have enough juice to power up my Radeon HD 6770. although it might be my fault for not doing my research so thats why i gave it a 2 egg.
Other Thoughts: i bought this power supply to replace my old antec 430 watts psu. According to neweggs power calculator, 430 is about enough for my rig. All i have is 1 7200rpm 250gb hard drive, ati radeon hd 6770, asrock 770de motherboard, and 1 dvd-rw/cd-rw combo. If this 700 watts power supply cant power up a rig that only needs 430 watts then, whats the point?READ FULL REVIEW