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Pros: -Inexpensive (I paid $189.99)
-Great with a multi-monitor setup
-External power supply keeps it cool
-Picture/color quality is decent
Cons: -1920X1080 on a 27"
-No brightness levels?
Other Thoughts: -I knew HDMI was not compatible when I bought this, but it would have made it easier to connect extra peripherals like my PlayStation and Xbox. I understand why DVI is appropriate as these do not carry any speakers.
-The pros far outweigh the cons of this monitor. A definite steal!
Pros: -Automatically adjusted timings and frequency to match my other RAM
-Looks awesome inside a case
-CL of 9?!
Cons: -None as of yet
Other Thoughts: These sticks are paired with a Gigabyte 970A-UD3 Motherboard and an AMD FX 6350. Timings and frequencies posted into bios no problems. Running at 1.5Volts. I have a set of ADATA sticks running at 1866 with 9-9-9-28 timing and these guys paired up instantly. If they do not boot up with the correct timings, just manually enter them into bios, they also have XMP profiles if you are having troubles.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ARCTIC F8 PWM Fluid Dynamic Bearing Case Fan, 80mm PWM Speed Control, 31CFM at 22dBA
-Easy to install
Cons: -Not as much airflow as I thought
Other Thoughts: The best feature about this unit is the ability to stack them together or use more than 1 fan per slot on your motherboard. My model of motherboard doesn't have a lot of connectors for fans so this is a dream come true. I insert this little guy on the front fan mount to pull air in, and i have a top fan coupled into the socket ( 140mm) to push the air out of the top of the case.READ FULL REVIEW