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This review is from: Cooler Master GX - 650W Power Supply with 80 PLUS Bronze Certification
Pros: Built a system with this power supply 6 years ago, which I'm typing this on right now. Still running strong and quiet. No issues whatsoever, and it's been worked pretty hard. I've even occasionally had it up to 680W (that's output, not input) for a few minutes at a time (to see if it would run 2x 7970 GHz cards mining - it will, but too close to the limit for me), and it just keeps going. Love it, love it, love it.
Cons: None. Does what it says on the box, without complaining.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Burns everything, reads everything. Nice quality burns. Very quiet.
Cons: I wish LG drives had the disc-quality-scanner functions of Lite-on drives, especially for Blu-ray. Apparently the chipset of these drives supports it, but I haven't found a scanning program that supports the drive yet.
Other Thoughts: Definitely worth the money.
Brands of discs tested in this drive: Verbatim, Memorex, TDK, Sony, and some fake RICOHJPN-D01 Chinese DVD+DLs (the latter are unpredictable in any drive, so although this particular burn was good, it doesn't mean much).
My daily driver rig is not overclocked (much). Some people claim that a stressed PSU kills your burn quality, and I tend to agree. This PSU was not stressed during the tests.
This review is from: Coboc Model SC-SATA3-18-RD 18" SATA III 6Gb/s Data Cable,UV Red
Pros: It's a SATA cable, and it works.
Cons: Red, like the picture. Not blue, like the description.
Other Thoughts: Color didn't really matter to me anyway. But it does to some people.READ FULL REVIEW