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This review is from: DELL AX510PA Flat Panel Stereo Sound Bar
Pros: Great look! Really looks sleek and professional under your Dell monitor. Mine had 2 headphone jacks on the side. Uses the power jack under your monitor so no power cables to your outlet***
Cons: Sound quality is what you would expect. Nothing fancy, average sound. The white light in the center is a tad bright and distracting. Black electrical tape would fix this.
Other Thoughts: ***need to make sure your Dell monitor supports sound bars. Just google your monitor and take a look at pictures of the back. If it has those 2 clips in the back and the power port, then you are fine.
***It also comes with an AC power adapter. If your monitor doesnt have the power jack underneath then the included AC power jack allows you to plug it into the wall!
Also, you really could use this with any monitor and just leave it sitting on the desk.
This review is from: LEPA Casino 1C (LPVC1C12P-BL) 120mm Blue LED Case Fan
Pros: Looks cool when fan runs at full speed. Not terribly priced.
Cons: Ok, here it comes. The 4-pin connection is used by the motherboard to vary the RPM of the fan. (To control the speed of the fan). The problem is that when you set the BIOS to control the fan using the PWM setting, THE LIGHTS DON'T TURN ON! So, for my mobo, the only way to get the light show is to run the fan at full speed. And it is loud. If you use the SMART fan option (either voltage, auto, or PWM) you will not get the lights to show. This is absolutely ridiculous and should be corrected by the manufacturer.
Other Thoughts: Now, if your using the pc heavy and it actually causes the fan to spin higher the light might actually go on but I haven't tested that.
Mobo is a Gigabyte GA-MA770-UD3. A 5ish year old board.
This review is from: Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case, comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan
Pros: Inexpensive, black interior. eSATA port on front.
Cons: The hard drive bay. UUUGGGHHH. You need to remove the tray from one side and disconnect the cables from the other side. So if you do a lot of HDD shuffling you will need to remove BOTH sides of the case. The side covers are also that flimsy metal. They bend and pop. Getting them to line up perfectly and slide all the way in is a REAL PAIN. The side panel (where you plug in your HDD cables) needs more room. If you do not use those "L" shaped SATA cables you will need to bend them so the side fits on. I don't know why they insisted on mounting the cage sideways. If the mounted them the other way you would only need to open one side and the cables won't be stressed.
Other Thoughts: Had this case for about 4 years now. I reviewed it when I got it and now that I've had it for a while I figured I would review it again.READ FULL REVIEW