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Pros: New fan and plastic air diverter.
Cable lines right up with the new jack.
Comes with enough TIM to do a few laptops.
Cons: No instructions. For me that is not a big deal not my first venture, but for a first timer I'd say that is critical. Lost an egg of that one.
Not sure on the quality of the thermal grease.
Other Thoughts: I repair the company laptops and had a fan that was flowing no air at all and the motor was rattling.
Opened it up fully, not a full tear down, just enough to get the keyboard off, fan out, pulled the battery and bottom doors. Cleaned up with a regulated air compressor and the heatsink was plugged. Blew tons of dust out of it. Pulled the heat pipes then cleaned up the thermal compound. Almost like clay now, everything went together fine
I very highly recommend using this with foam swabs. After you buy it, you'll know exactly what to refill with :-)
This review is from: DC 12V 0.24A 60mm 15mm Computer Case Fan Double Ball Bearing Design
Pros: small, cheap, and 60mm
Found a surprise under the shiny label.
Very quiet, given its stated 0.24A power rating.
Cons: Label is severely over stated.
Pulled off to find a surprise.
Appears to be used/refurbished
Bought a 2.9w fan, received a 0.6w fan.
Other Thoughts: I bought about 6 different fans for replacements in surveillance DVRs. This was definitely a low end model, but bought based on spec only(12v, 0.24A). After less than a week worth of air flow testing in actual production systems, it failed miserably.
I pulled off the motor label to keep it as a spare in dire emergencies, and found out this is actually a Nidec Beta V! Model H35466-58(12v, 0.05A). Hence the reason it didn't flow air at all.
This review is from: Habey KM-230BU 1U 19" Rackmount USB Keyboard Drawer with Touch Pad
Pros: Only takes 1U of space. Very short depth prevents interference with anything in the back of my 4 post rack.
Glides in and out easily. locks in a closed position.
Cons: Does not pull out far enough. Function keys are right below the device above the keyboard.
Not very study. Appears to have holes in the sides for better stability, but not sure how to use in my rack.
Other Thoughts: The cable protector is moveable. Should probably be in the middle position. Route the cable inside the U channel, and outside the center hinge. There's 3 pairs of holes in each arm. Use 6 cable ties to secure the USB cable inside each arm.READ FULL REVIEW
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