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This review is from: Rosewill Black 15.6" Notebook Cooler with 4 USB2.0 Hubs RLCP-11003B
Pros: I almost didn't buy this cooler due to some of the negative
review comments. I'm glad I did, as it is much better than
I expected it to be. I like to use my new, first laptop on my
lap, but doing so, cuts down on the laptop's intake fan airflow. The adjustable fans on this cooler eliminates this
problem. I had looked at an all plastic model at WallyWorld,
wow, what a difference!
Being a power desktop pc builder for many years, I can only
say thank you to Rosewill for coming up with such an ingenious solution to my problem.
Cons: None!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper N520 - CPU Cooler with Copper Base and 5 Heatpipes
Pros: I've been building since 99, and the Hyper N20 is the best
Heatsink/Fan cooler out of the many that I've used over
these many years. It started out cooling my Q-9550 on
a Gigabyte board, and is now cooling a i5 2500K on a Z-68
EVGA board with 16 Gb of ram, a 32Gb Sandisk SSD, and
a Samsung 1Tb HDD. I had no trouble installing it in my
NXZT Apollo mid tower case. As I write this, the LED
indicator on the mobo shows 33C!!
Cons: It really isn't a con, but I did have to cut the corners off of
two attached heatsink covers, when it was on the Gigabyte
board, so it would fit. Just cleared the inside ram stick.
Other Thoughts: 98% of the pc conponents I've bought have come from
Newegg. They've constantly treated me like I was one
of their best customers, and whenever there was a problem, they solved it with caring and professionalism!
Pros: I switched to Seagate because WD lowered their
quality and their warranty to only 1 year. Of course
if you sent them $14.95, they'd extend the warranty
to 3 years. I'd heard good things about Seagate, and
they thought enough about their drives at the time' that they offered a 5 year warranty! I've three Seagate
drives operating flawlessly at present.
Cons: A 120Gb Seagate Barracuda that was purchased
from Newegg when Seagate still offered a 5 year
warranty. No matter what I do, I can't get Seagate's
RMA webpage to acknowledge this drive. I have 3 other
newer Seagate drives, that for now, are working fine. Is this
the kind of hassle I'll get if and when one of them fails
under warranty, as did this dead 120Gb?