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This review is from: Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth Headset (Retail Packaging) - Black
Pros: - Great features
- Comes with several earpiece nubs to match even the weirdest-shaped ears
- Great price * (bought this during a Cyber sale over the Black-Friday weekend)
Cons: - Picking the right earpiece is trial and error
Other Thoughts: - I needed to replace my 8-year old BT earpiece and this worked out wellREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SONY PS3 DualShock 3 Black w/ Ratchet & Clank Collection Bundle
Pros: - Factory Original Controller from Sony
- Fast Order/Shipping from NewEgg
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: - I bought this bundle to get the controller, but a classic game at a discounted price is a nice bonusREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master V6 GT - CPU Cooler with Dual 120 mm PWM Fans and 6 Heatpipes
Pros: * Very nice design
I can't let the cons take away all the eggs.. I m sure this is a great product.
Cons: * size
* potential fitment issues (see below)
Other Thoughts: The CM V6GT cooler has a staggered heatpipe layout coming from the thermal conductive block. (You can see a good view of this if you look at the screenshot gallery - specifically the second to last picture.)
The problem is that on Motherboards with large heatsinks on the North-/South- bridge (usually one long pipe across the board with fins+ for cooling) the V6GT heat pipes on the farthest edge (of each side) will hit against the heatsinks of the MoBo, preventing proper seating/mounting to the CPU.
For reference, I am using the Asus P8P67 WS Revolution (Rev 3.0); which has nice, but large-ish, heatsinks on the NV200 chip, and transistors currounding the CPU block.