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This review is from: CORSAIR AX series AX760 760W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified Full Modular Active PFC Corsair CP-9020045-NA Power Supply New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: I agree completely with the previous users that this thing is absolutely wreaking with quality. The PSU comes wrapped (inside of foam) with a soft carrying bag, the cables come in their own carrying bag. The cables are pretty stiff... thats not a con. I want stiff cables, but the cables incredibly stiff enough to be unbendable (see cons). Installation of a modular cable system was incredibly easy. My computer is in a smaller room and under high load, it can be a fairly effective space heater. I don't know if its my imagination, but this seems to help with the situation especially when compared to the TX750 I upgraded from. I don't even think the fan has fired up yet.
Cons: I did have a few problems with this PSU, but none major enough to knock an egg off for.
1. While the cables from start to the first SATA power port is fairly long, the length from port to port is slightly too short. If they were slightly longer I could run all my drives with 1 SATA cable. Its not much of a problem to use 2 cables, but I bought modular to clear out the cables.
2. My SSD is a 2.5" drive and my case has a 2.5" space on the very very bottom of the case, the screws stick out the bottom. It would've been really nice if there was some sort of reverse SATA power port to fit nicely in this, or am I the only one in this situation? This is where I meant that the cables weren't too stiff, because a little force on the cable part allowed them to turn at 90 degrees and it fit right in.
Other Thoughts: I did notice that there is a cable with 2 PCI-E 2+6-pin power plugins. My GTX560 requires 2, so I'm running it with the single cable. I also see theres 2 cables with 1 PCI-E each, which is how it was setup with the TX750. I'm just wondering if I'm going to run it to power problems on my GPU now because of this? Is 1 cable enough?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard - Retail
Pros: Definitely an amazing keyboard. The backlight makes all the buttons stand out great, plus my favorite keyboard feature (calculator button). Microsoft's Mouse and Keyboard Center make this incredibly easy to set up.
Cons: It would be cool if it had A-F on the keypad for hexadecimal input... But I guess thats probably a pretty specialized request.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Decided to use this to replace the old OS SSD in my computer. I made the mistake of building it with a 64GB SSD and that was filled in a week. I did a few tests, not only is this 4x the size, but its also a little bit faster. Had it for almost 2 years now and no problems at all.
And a bonus, when I bought it almost 2 years ago, it was less than half its currently listed price.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW