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This review is from: Noctua NF-R8 redux-1800 PWM SSO Bearing Fan_ Retail
Pros: Exceptionally quiet, 4-pin wire, and aesthetically attractive.
Some fans, especially aftermarket/replacement are just plain ugly.
Other Thoughts: I had to bore the top holes larger so my heat sink screws would work.
Not a con and certainly not a problem for the absence of noise and great cooling.
Pros: Compact, hence the ITX label, loaded to the gills with features
Supports latest CPU and newly released memories
With just a little creativity all of the cables (albeit cramped in areas) fit nicely
without interrupting any of the build components functionality!
Cons: If I had a complaint it would be that the board was not well deigned for the case
I chose for the build. But, I can't blame the case or the motherboard makers for
any lacking in ingenuity!
Other Thoughts: I would highly recommend this case to anyone needing a compact build . . .including the
Intel i7-6700K (not to be used in overclocking, but what the customer demanded!
Cooler Master Case Elite-130 , Cooler Master PS 650W Modular
Gigabyte GA-H170N-WIFI MoBo
Intel i7-6700K 4.0 GHz Quad
CNPS2X, Zalman CPU Cooler, Ultra Low Profile (fit nicely under PSU with plenty of spare space)
G-Skill RipJaws V 16GB x 2 . . . .MemTestX86 for 23 hours without an error
SSD Samsung EVO 500GB (OS), HDD Seagate VX006 3TB 5900 (Data Storage)
Optical Pioneer BDR-2209
Crazy build in a super quality case, with an exceptionally happy customer in the end!
Pros: It does properly charge the ASUS Zenbook UX301LA
Cons: It is a substitute and not the factory original
Other Thoughts: This item is a spin-off of the original, and considering the global location of manufacture not a surprise.
The factory original has smaller diameter and more resilient cables and the power indicator light is embedded as part of the PC power connector plug that is only lit when the PC connector is attached to the computer.
This charger has a larger, rather obnoxious light in the side of the PC Connector that is on all the time the power supply in plugged in.
Voltage and Wattage are correct.