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This review is from: Wall AC Adapter + Car Charger + 2x Data Sync Cable For Samsung Note 3 Galaxy S5
Pros: It does charge, but only very slowly.
Cons: After a month one of the cords stopped working. Actually it completely fell apart, which is when we noticed that there are no wires connected to the extended part of the plug, so it doesn't actually utilize the USB 3 fast charging. After two months, the second cord is starting to not work, and today I noticed the car charger is also starting to not work.
Other Thoughts: When I bought this I wasn't paying attention and didn't realize it is not an OEM charger.
The car charger doesn't stay in while driving, so I have to remember to keep pushing it back in during long trips or it just falls out between the seats.
This review is from: Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro Reservior - 25 LT (15719)
Pros: I'm not sure!
Cons: I'm not sure!
Other Thoughts: For some reason, New egg won't let me ask a question.
Does this reservoir come with the blue LED, and if so, can it be changed or replaced?
This review is from: Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro (CLW0220) Water Cooler
Pros: -Idles at 28 ºC
-Can be assembled how you need it instead of coming as a single unit.
-Comes with plenty of tubing
-Can be used to cool processor and video cards in series
Cons: -Did not fit my SilverStone Raven case without modification (The bracket collides with the motherboard, but can be cut shorter without affecting anything. Without modification it sticks out from the case approx. 1 cm.)
-I think it should come with a greater volume of coolant
-I think the "Refill" line on the front panel is too low
Other Thoughts: After about a year I started getting warnings that my processor was hitting 65 ºC, but I thought it might be because of a new game I was playing. One day, my computer wouldn't start, it looked like the pump wasn't working but I noticed there were bubbled in the line. I slide it out and held it vertically for a few minutes and it worked like normal. The coolant level wasn't down to the refill line yet, but the pump was drawing in air and generating foam in the line. I let the foam settle and refilled the reservoir and I was back to ~50 ºC temps under load.
The coolant should probably contain an anti foaming agent, and the refill line should be a little bit higher, because the pump can really suck some coolant.
If you are having problems, try refilling and degassing the system first. Air and electronic cooling systems do not get along.