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Pros: Took a power surge, and is still ticking. Nothing has failed yet. BIOS is mouse friendly and easy to figure out. Love the features for the price and the durability!
Cons: None really. Seriously have not had any bad experiences with it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 TR-500 500W ATX12V v2.3 SLI CrossFire Power Supply
Pros: It was easy to install and is very quiet when running. The cable management system is a nice feature too.
Cons: Reliability isn't good at all. Dying after 3 weeks of use. The fan is starting to make a grinding noise and stops every now and then. I don't think I want to buy another Thermaltake product after this.
Other Thoughts: Hopefully I can just send it back and get some other brand of power supply.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to setup with Windows 7. Easy to install. Fast speeds.
Cons: If it's your first time setting up an SSD, you won't get a lot of help from the manual.
Other Thoughts: As soon as I found out that Windows 7 can align the hard drive correctly when you format it, it was cake to setup. I was sweating bullets when I set it up as I hadn't used one of these before but heard you have to set them up a certain way. As long as you let Windows 7 format it first, then use it you are good to go. Decreased my Windows 7 boot time from 45 seconds to 20 seconds. Games load amazingly fast. There isn't much room on the drive but as long as you get your OS and games on it that's all you need, right? Comes with a funny sticker too. "My SSD is faster than your HDD". lolREAD FULL REVIEW