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Pros: I don't know what I can say more. It gets the job done. Not too impressive, but you can't live without.
Cons: None to speak of.
Other Thoughts: 8GB DDR3 1600. If you need it, buy these and save a buck.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I very rarely give something 5 eggs. This is a GREAT processor for the price. I expected some sluggishly slow processor for the price I paid for this. Alas, I found that this cheap 2.6GHz quad core hung with the best of them, handling anything I could throw at it. It may not be an 8-core beast, but it handles itself. I'm not typically a fan of AMD processors given their high power consumption and lack of performance, but this low-end processor impressed me enough to buy the FX8350.
Cons: Absolutely none! I will keep you updated, but I don't see this being a problem.
Other Thoughts: Great processor for the money. Handles tasks any normal person would require.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Extreme Power Plus - 550W Power Supply
Pros: This power supply came to me in a combo that I put in my parent's computer. Fortunately, I have had no issues to date with this PSU.
Cons: There is really only one con that I have, and that is the un-sleeved cables. Granted, this isn't a costly PSU, but it seems as if there could be a better solution than forcing the consumer to zip-tie, tape, or heat shrink the lines themselves. Also to note is the short lines with this PSU. I will update if there are any other issues as time goes on.
I know there are many reviews on this PSU buzzing, but i have not seen nor heard this, and my parents are getting on in age and wouldn't hear this. Problem solved!
Other Thoughts: Not a PSU I would pick or recommend, but is getting the job done.READ FULL REVIEW