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This review is from: LOGISYS Computer CLK12UV2 12" DUAL UV COLD CATHODE KIT
Pros: Bright. UV works perfect. Not one of those "purple" lights that they say are uv and aren't. Still just as bright as the day I bought it.
Cons: The sticky pads this thing comes with are terrible. I know not to use them so its not that big of a deal. Replace it with some 3M double sided and you're good to go.
Other Thoughts: For the price I paid you can't beat these.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works as advertised. Can't find any issues. Running Win7 64x and it booted up and saw the drive without issue. No firmware updates needed. Plays all my bluray titles. Installing things from a DVD takes a little longer than with a regular DVD drive but whatever. I am using a 32" 120hz LCD TV for my monitor so it made sense to get a BR player so I can watch movies in full 120hz smoothness.
Cons: Uh... The whole thing isn't black? Front plate is but the back part doesn't match the inside of my 800D...
Other Thoughts: Get it. Good price for bluray for your desktop.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works with 3-Way SLI GTX 280's and a 4th 9800GT 1GB for physx. Playing Crysis Warhead with 8xAA and 16xAF with and 3 cards at 700,1500,1450 and the 4th overclocked as well my UPS tells me I am pulling +920w from the unit and this PSU keeps up without any issues. Granted I don't play Crysis for more than an hour at a time but its still pretty impressive. I've owned this for a little over a year now and its still running strong. I had a TT 1200W blow out and a "Taygun" 900W blow out and this one is still kickin. I did leak from my watercooling loop into the TT so... not the psu's fault lol.
I am also running 10x 120mm R4 fans, 2 waterpumps, i7 956 EE @4.2Ghz 1.425v, 12GB of DDR3, a Bluray Combo drive, 3x 1TB Barracudas and a 4th 500GB drive (for music), Logitech G15 & G13, MOMO stearing wheel, Rumblepad and a Wingman flight stick all via USB on a EVGA Classified E759 SLI mobo. My power needs are above average and this PSU delivers.
Cons: The power cord for the PSU has a weird proprietary horizontal 3 pin configuration. Can't use any power cable other than the one it came with. It would suck to leave the power plug at a LAN party or someplace and not be able to use another power cable. I would be out of a machine until I ordered a new one from Cooler Master.
Other Thoughts: I was going go to go with the more popular 1000w model but got this one instead for the extra 100w. Served me well so far. Hope this helps.READ FULL REVIEW