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This review is from: Rosewill Stallion Series RD450-2-SB 450W ATX V2.2 Power Supply
Pros: Well; it worked for 1 year and 1 month.
Cons: Big Deal; I could of used a $30 power supply and gotten this kind of longevity. I will no longer be using this brand in my Business machines, as far as I'm concerned - - - - Thermaltake is the brand that I will now use for all of my Business PC's.
Other Thoughts: Needless To Say - - - I Am Not Happy!
One of my business customers called me this morning about
their 1 year old computer that I built for them on 11-26-2013.
When I repaired today; this Power Supply was dead, and I will
eat the cost of the repair - - - - - To Save Face.
I replaced this unreliable junker with a Thermaltake P.S. which cost me $39.99.
Pros: Seemed to work adequately on my AMD Phenom II X4 955
Cons: Can be difficult to install and remove from Main Board.
When I removed it to as Arctic Ice Silver; the plastic rings around the fan broke!
Other Thoughts: Not really happy with the cheap thin plastic rings around the cooling fan, nor the difficulty when installing or removing the unit.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Soleus Air HM2-15R-32 1500W Flat Panel Heater with Remote
Pros: I bought my first SolLeUs Mica heater from NewEgg around
4 years ago; I was pretty happy with it so I bought another a year later. WELL - - - - The first one died last year after 3 years of average use. The second just died last week...
D E A D!
I am not able to get either one to power on again; it's almost like the internal safety mechanism failed.
Cons: I won't buy this brand again; I bought one of the "DeLonghi Mica Heaters" from another vender for around 79 bucks; and
it seems to put-out more heat and was certainly cheaper than this unit...
Other Thoughts: 3 years is about all you can expect to get out of these poorly made heaters.
Is It Really Worth The Money For 3 Seasons Of Use?
NO! There will be no payback after you invest this amount of money for such a short period of operation.
Display Name: Richard S.
Date Joined: 07/10/06
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