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This review is from: Weiita F1622 Saurus series flashlight
Pros: Feels like a solid build. Adjustable beam works well. Feels like there is a seal under the adjustment head to help keep moisture off the LED.
Cons: NOT a Cree XML T6 LED per the description. Is a lower end XM-L U2 LED. Maximum 800 lm. Looks to be more in the 500-600 range with a full charge. The LED may not even be Cree. The lens in contact with the LED at the very least is not Cree. Got this on a huge discount. Might keep it and swap out the LED for a good model.
Other Thoughts: The box has been updated to reflect an 800 lumen output. NOw Newegg just need to update the description for the output and LED model. If you can get this on the cheap, it's not bad, but not a high output flashlight.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE 6PXSV4 ATX Server Motherboard LGA 2011 Intel C604 DDR3 1600/1333/1066
Other Thoughts: All these guys rating themselves at a high tech knowledge need to research. This uses a NARROW socket 2011. If you down rate a server product because your consumer grade heat sink won't fit, you need to stay away from servers. The narrow socket is generally used for 1U/2U form factor cases. There is nothing wrong with this motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Prolimatech PRO-MGH-C Megahalems Revision C CPU Cooler
Pros: Heavy which means decent thermal mass. Nickle plated copper and aluminum makes for a visually appealing product. The fins are not razor sharp like most CPU coolers. Fan brackets are included for 80,120 and 140mm fans. Socket 2011 installation is straight forward and the brackets feel very solid.
Cons: I've not run across this problem before on any CPU cooler, but the base plate is domed but approximately 1/32". The only contact surface with the CPU will be in the direct center of the CPU. A little polishing enlarged the contact surface to about the same size of an Intel CPU die, but you are out of luck with an elongated AMD die.
Other Thoughts: I ordered a pair of these for a socket 2011 Xeon build as they fit the space requirements well, but the domed bottom has me unsure as to the cooling characteristics.READ FULL REVIEW