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This review is from: TP-LINK RE355 AC1200 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Range Extender
Pros: Fast Solid, Relatively easy to setup once you get over the aggravating setup limitation.
Cons: Even though there's a LAN port on the side, it can't be used to access the administrative options, it can only be done via wifi. The initial setup wasn't working by pressing the was button my router so I thought it may have been a signal issue. Tried plugging it into the networks went to the Web pages and it told me I couldn't set it up on a LAN connection. This is so stupid. Knocked an egg off for this. The LAN port is only for connecting end users ( PC, Consoles Streaming Device, to the wifi.
Other Thoughts: Overall it's a great product once you get passed the fact you can only set it up over wifi. It's fast, Stable great range. It's a little big, but not an issue for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my goto drive for my builds. Been using them for years, and I have yet to have one fail on me. Best bang for the buck, reliable, and not too shabby in the speed department.
Cons: It's obviously not the fastest drive, though admittedly, I didn't see much difference between the blue and the black versions. but price/performance, can't be beat.
Other Thoughts: I've been installing these for a long time now in all of my builds and client builds. They're fast enough, plenty of storage (for average to above average users), and cheap. Every system in my house has one installed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper TX3 - CPU Cooler with 3 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: Quiet, cheap
Cons: Pain to install for AMD users, practically no different in effectiveness in relation to the stock cooler
Other Thoughts: Took forever to get the AMD fittings on this thing and finally installed. After which, it idles at 61c, which was 4c less than the stock cooler, and this is at max rpm. The only difference from the stock cooler is less noise. Definitely not worth it. As soon as I decide on another cooler, I'll be returning this one.READ FULL REVIEW