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This review is from: Programmable LED Message Fan by NorthWestT - USB Powered
Pros: Message display is very cute. runs on batteries or USB.
Cons: weak air flow. Tips over easily. cumbersome programming.
Other Thoughts: I put 3 dead batteries in the base to weigh it down a little, but it still tips easily - needs some lead weights in there. Not very useful for cooling anything.
If you want it just for the little message display, it's a great toy.
This review is from: Dynatron R25 80mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
Pros: low profile, no exposed fan blades
Cons: none so far
Other Thoughts: I have bought about 24 of these narrow ones, and 20 square ones. I use them in a test lab on motherboards mounted on steel plates - open on top. The CPU's are all rated 80-95 watts TDP. They don't cut my fingers like exposed fan blades would. They are never too loud unless the fan speed is manually cranked way up in the BIOS. Even under full (95W) CPU load they do not strain.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: modular, efficient, high power, single rail. looks nice.
Cons: flat cables, not so flexible, not color coded wiring
Other Thoughts: When I typed "TPG-750M" in the newegg search window it only shows me this power supply, so I thought this TPG-0750M was a TPG-750M replacement. The TPG-750M (Item#: N82E16817153132) is out of stock. This PS has only 1 8-Pin EPS 12V connection - the real TPG-750M has 2. Next time I'll look more carefully. I modified one of the "pci" 12 v connectors to fit in 7 out of 8 pins on the second 8-pin connector on my motherboard. I buy a lot of supplies like this - the cabling on this one is way below average, though functional.READ FULL REVIEW