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Pros: Easiest aftermarket heatsink I've every installed.
Other Thoughts: This is my third purchase of the CM Seidon 120V. They have each installed very easy and do a good job keeping my systems cool.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Strong durable metal.
Feels solid (not cheap)
Good Weight (When Battery is installed)
Cons: I'd prefer a larger on/off button.
Other Thoughts: This doesn't come with a battery or charger so I ordered one from another site. I ordered the Tangsfire 18650 3600mah 3.7v Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (Pair) + Charger Combo only to find out that this flashlight supports batteries of up to 3200mah (or something, I can't remember).
Anyway, the batteries I running work well even though the my mah (?) rating is a little high.
I recommend waiting until you receive the flashlight before you buy the batteries to make sure you get the right ones.
This review is from: MSI 990XA-GD55 AM3+ AMD 990X + SB950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: -Good Price
-Lots of USB ports
-Nicely laid out
-Easy to install
Cons: -Quality Control
-No Post, No Beep
-Internal USB bad
Other Thoughts: First board would not Beep or Post. Tried to return it to NewEgg, but they sent it back because I didn't include the UPC. Well, I had to send the UPC to MSI for rebate. Catch 22?
Called MSI. just RMA and they'll replace. Sent entire box, everything included to MSI. Received replacement Board within 2 weeks (2 weeks to NewEgg and back. 2 weeks to MSI and back = 1 month).
This board Beeps and Posts - Yay. I am not pleased, however, because one of the internal USB ports doesn't work.
I am also disappointed that MSI sent the replacement board back in a generic box without any of the accessories and documentation included in the box I sent them (save the I/O Shield). They didn't even include a QC sticker, sorry note, or even a sad face sticker.
I can't be sure if they fixed my old board, gave me a new one, or.... more than likely, picked one up out of a garbage can and cleaned off the cookie crumbs before sending it to me.
My experience with MSI is not that of a company looking to expand their customer base and become a leader in computer technology. It is obvious they are hanging on by the skin of their teeth, worrying more about the bottom line then producing a quality product back by good customer service.
If this is what MSI considers "Military Class" electronics then I am not surprised that we are still in Afghanistan. Perhaps our troops could come home if somebody like Northrup Grumman or Raytheon took over MSI's production of "Military Class" motherboards.
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