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Pros: Cheap extra power for graphics cards and CPUs.
My USB headphones would start to have a static feedback when my graphics cards were at high loads, and this fixed that problem right up.
Pretty sturdy build for such a small box.
Cons: Cables are really thick, and are very hard to bend for management, I actually had to leave the side panel of my case open until I could rewire everything, even then it is a tight fit, so make sure your chassis has plenty of room.
The extra power cable is not removable like most power supplies, so if you move your tower, you have an odd cable dangling or wrapped around something.
The 8-pin sockets on the PSU are actually just 6-pins with 2 dummy pins.
Other Thoughts: The fit in my case was really tight, but I suspect that may just be my case.
At high draw, it can get pretty loud, but is otherwise nearly unnoticeable.
My case doesn't have this, but I am pretty sure towers with the door covers are not friendly with this PSU.
This review is from: Logitech Ultimate Ears 200 Gray 985-000135 Grey Noise-isolating Earphones
Pros: Crystal clear audio and clean bass, and an isolation I have never found with other sets. Multiple sizes makes it great for everyone. Comes with a convenient carrying pouch, so it won't tangle with other things in your pockets.
Cons: The rubber earpiece came out a lot, but I just ended up gluing it onto the earpiece. The cable likes to "remember" it's shapes, so it was always kind of coiled up, and it can't bend into sharp shapes.
Other Thoughts: It doesn't have a circulation hole in the housing, so if you put them too far into your ear they tend to start sounding distorted, but it was a good thing to cut for the isolation. I eventually ended up using the carrying pouch for other small things I put in my pockets, such as screws.READ FULL REVIEW