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Pros: + Beyond silky smooth refresh rate
+ Great stand easy to rotate/pivot/raise/lower
+ Not as wobbly as other similar stands
Cons: - Makes 60FPS look choppy after operating at 144 FPS for a while. You can't go back.
- Now I want 2 more of these so I can have 144fps surround...
Other Thoughts: Joking aside, for those who are able to discern 60 fps over 30, there is a great chance you'll be able to enjoy 144 fps in all it's glory. I'm not a pro shooter player, but I've seen my K/D ratio go from 0.5 to ~1.0+ since I started playing at 144 fps. Words can't describe the joy of the increase frames. I thought 60 fps was it, a whole new standard as been introduced to my gaming experience.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + Decent thickness (can be stacked if needed)
+ Very flexible and easy to handle
+ Knocked at few db off my build, from 33 to ~30db. And the top db, is around 45, which is great for me.
+ Can be used to seal the many nook and crannies that cases have. Like seams or punch holes for cable management and what not. If you want to make a positive pressure case, this can definitely be useful to avoid 'leaks' and make it easier to achieve it.
Cons: - Although the 'foam' itself is very easy to handle, the glue is very, very strong. Stronger than the foam's resistance/durability.
Other Thoughts: * Someone pointed out that there was a very bizarre smell coming from the foam. I too noticed this, but I simply left the foam out of it's package for a night with a fan running. Barely noticeable the next day, and I think at this point it's entirely gone.
* Be very mindful when applying it, as I mentioned in the cons, the glue is very strong, so it's easy for it to stick at an undesired location. If you are extremely careful you can unstick/try again. But be sure to measure properly and allow for some wiggle room, befcause it will be definitely hard to do 'perfect fit' in a tight spot, without having the strip stick to a surface as you are attempting to place it.
This review is from: CORSAIR AXi series AX760i 760W Digital ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: + Rarely reaches temperatures that require the fan to turn on. So silent as a rock.
+ Fully modular
+ Comes with decent cables
+ CorsairLink allows you to rough idea of your power consumption.
+ Corsair Link also made me realize that power consumption is highly overrated. I can barely manage to use more than 400 watts with an email@example.com and a GTX 780 Ti while gaming.
Cons: - Corsair Link is very awkward to work with, and has extremely limited functionality other than power readings.
- I can't attest this personally but hardware enthusiast sites have reviewed the readings from Corsair Link and in some instances CL wasn't reporting the correct values.
Other Thoughts: Best PSU I've bought yet, if the price would come down just a tinge I would by a second for my other system.READ FULL REVIEW