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This review is from: Coboc 2 ft. Cat 6 550MHz UTP Network Cable (Gray)
Pros: High rate cat.
Cons: The ethernet port holder tab rubber cover the tab, hard to pull out unless you want it to not pull out. If using at home, you probably want to snap the rubber covering the tab, as it's very difficult to pull ethernet cable out.
Other Thoughts: Way too short is an understatement. Will buy 5-6ft cable next timeREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Panasonic Wet/Dry Vacuum Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer ER430K
Pros: This has been a very reliable nose hair trimmer, the vac system keeps it tidy and the rotary blades inside them mechanism probably means it will stay sharp and in very good condition for a very long time.
Battery does not drain as much (3 month usage + will update later on during the year).
Mirror on cap and it comes with a travel bag for storage.
I have not tried cleaning the rotary blades for the 3+ months Ive been using it. Haven't needed to at use rate of about 2-3 times per month.
Sharp enough to trim mustache hair, powerful enough as of now to be effective.
Has a vacuum so the blades inside don't get bogged down with hair, it seems to really help keep it being effective, as I said I havent needed to clean the blades in 3 months.
Cons: None it works right out of the box with the AA battery you install.
This is not really a con unless you live in a library, but the vac mechanism combined with the blades makes a nice whirry sound, I'm sure it can't be any noisier than it is, but it's not really a detraction, as the result and knowing your rotary blades are going to be nick and tuck-free plus the advantage of having it period is something worthwhile. It's probably 60-40 in terms of blade/vac noise. In the end it's not as noisy but something to consider, just keep in mind it's worth it. And since youre only using it for a minute it's not going a big issue anyway.
Other Thoughts: Being that it was my first time using a nose hair trimmer, and for the price I got it, to me, it was the best decision I made considering the choices. There are other Panasonic nose hair trimmers but they were considered older and this one is revised, with vac. It takes a while to getting used to, it will tickle and probably exacerbate the feeling because of the vac air flow (and yes you can probably get a slight rush from it). I get watery eyes everytime I use it due to the tickle feeling but thats a personal reaction and if you use it, you might also.
Battery life so far has been very good, 3 months now and no drainage if not noticeable. It's made it easier to keep my nose less 'hairy' and the work it's done is more than acceptable and everything you can expect from a nose hair trimmer.
At the price I would think its top 3, have never gotten a nick or pulled hair and it seems like the vac system really helps.
This review is from: MASSCOOL G751 Shin-Etsu Thermal Interface Material
Pros: So I cleaned the old cpu thermo with the handy 70% alcohol I hadn't used in years (90% pure and others are considered better but still did the job). Since it was my first time ever changing thermo paste, it took me about two dozen or more qtips just to get rid of old thermo off the heatsink (30 mins at least).
I used the drop method, given that it's so thick, I wasnt able to do rice method, immediately after you push syringe you will see it pump out a nice amount and it's going to last , so don't worry if you think it's too much unless you applied way too much pressure. No need to.
Shaved 13 degrees off idle temps for laptop cpu
& 19 celcius max load off (minimum readings in core temp) with game running. In all, it went from 68C to 45C min and 68C to 59C max load readings. I saw huge difference off the bat from boot, and laptop seems to love every bit of it. the copper pipe from the heatsink was already blacked out from the other side, needless to say, so it was necessary.
Do remember to airdust the inner portions under the fan also use toothbrush on the heat-exhaust that connects to the pipes if you're a laptop user.
Cons: very thick, even the spout is thick. you will literally think its a pea if you don't know what it was. maybe run hot water over the syringe for a minute before applying. comes hot, so dont apply too much pressure, almost automatic.
Other Thoughts: came with no fancy plastic just a small sized zip bag, paste does come a bit thick so do as others said, and have warm running water or soak it. although I did not follow any of these methods, just applied at room temperature.
The consistency from a first time thermo changer to another, wouldnt be too thick, hey it's still going to mold when you spread it around, but it's nothing like liquid. It has a wet dirt type of consistency if that makes any sense, thicker than medium for sure.
I will give updates if I see fit.
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