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This review is from: CyberPower CSHT1208TNC2G 8 Feet 12 Outlets 4350 joule Surge Suppressor
Pros: Eco mode for those who want it
4350 joules rating
Covers for ports that are not used
Cons: Feels a little light
Other Thoughts: I don't really know much about surge suppressors but I know at this price range and for what features are offered this one can't be beat.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Slimmer tower cooler
6 Year warranty
Comes with Noctua thermal paste
Good solder work
Neat packing will all the accessories in individual boxes
Fan comes with rubbers to reduce vibration.
I did not install cooler so I can't say that it cools well
Cons: Cooler was heavy. I knew that the cooler was suppose to be a heavier cooler but I didn't realize how heavy. Due to my motherboard being horizontally mounted, I am fearful of motherboard warping over time so I decided to RMA this cooler and get the smaller version NH-U12S
Some motherboards will also have issues with first RAM slot and sometimes first PCI-E slot. Noctua's site has a compatibility chart if a buyer is unsure of compatibility.
Other Thoughts: I have never tired a Noctua product until now and after seeing their quality and attention to detail in the future I would definitely buy Noctua again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000040-NA Vengeance K65 Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Built heavy
Detachable USB cable
Small and compact
MX mechanical switches.
Cons: Printing on the key caps seem to be a bit on the cheap side.
Corsair's space bar is a different size compared to other keyboards. A few other Corsair keys are different sizes so keep that in mind if you wanted to change the keys.
No o-rings for key caps. for a 90 dollar keyboard, o-rings should come standard.
Other Thoughts: Besides the key caps and lack of o-rings, this keyboard is amazing, would definitely recommend this keyboard and would not hesitate to buy again.READ FULL REVIEW