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Pros: easy to setup
Cons: its very simplified and for advanced users thats not always the best.
very limited settings
WLAN LED turns off after being on for a while. still works fine and the other two are lit but not the wlan. the only way to get it back on is to unplug the power.
the WLAN LED indicates the wireless signal strength so unless you checking the strength all the time this wont matter to you
Other Thoughts: i am not up to date with all the networking terms but i do know how to the do majority of various networking tasks. In my situation when using this it would connect to the router and list itself as a wireless device then it would also list the connected device as a wired device on the router.
i ended up not using this but instead using a old netgear router with dd-wrt to do the job. i was able to configure the dd-wrt router to not send connected device information.
Pros: never had a problem after running for over one year straight being used everyday and routinely defragged
Other Thoughts: i didn't know what to expect from a intelliPower hard drive.
if the computer idles for a while and i click on something i can tell the drive is revving up and thats why it is not instant but once you get it up to speed it will navigate through directories pretty swiftly.
when i say revving up i am just assuming, because this drive never makes a peep or a hum. its that quiet.
This review is from: RAIDMAX Seiran ATX-902WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: looks good
easy to clean
adjustable lights/fans so i can sleep at night
Cons: it was really hard to estimate how everything would fir in here because of the scarce dimensions given. Eventually everything did fit.
Other Thoughts: i put a Asus Crosshair V Formula in it with a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro CPU cooler.
with the cooler being pre made and assembled. i cannot take the hoses off and was forced to mount the radiator inside. so by mounting it to the rear exhaust fan cut out, which was my only option, i ran into issues getting some case accessories to fit.
i had to take out the large side fan and mount that on the outside of the cage and run the wires in through one of the precut holes.
i wasnt able to use all 4 screws to hold the radiator in place because they blocked the side from closing the entire way. i mad some custom cut bolts that work perfectly.
after i had the cooler system installed and two full sized graphics card and two pci parallel port cards in place there was not enough room to do proper cable management.
Everything was just long enough to go from point A to point B