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This review is from: Rosewill RFT-080 - 80mm Fan Filter
Pros: 3-piece filter that comes apart for cleaning
Good quality, sturdy construction
Looks nice for external intake, covers the screws
Cons: Will severely hinder airflow on a lower CFM fan (< 22 CFM), just keep this in mind.
Other Thoughts: The filter comes apart, the two plastic pieces clip together with the foam in the middle. You need to take it apart, mount the grill with the screw holes onto your fan, then place the filter and clip the top grill on.
Looks cool with an LED fan or an internal light source.
This review is from: APEVIA ITX-AP250W 250W Mini ITX Power Supply
Pros: 20/24 pin connector
Additional 4 pin connector
2 Molex power
2 Sata power
Fan is quiet for the size
Runs at reasonable temps
Other Thoughts: Built into a customized mini ITX build; I'm utilizing at most 70-80w under full load so the 250w is really overkill. The case is easy to dismantle if you're looking to reclaim a little headroom inside you build and you know what you're doing.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Coboc 15 ft. gold plated, High speed HDMI to HDMI A/V Cable (Black)
Pros: Supports 1080p and 4K
A/V quality is perfect
Other Thoughts: I see so many negative reviews here that revolve around either a cable that is obviously bad, or something about the construction of these. The issue really seems to be that people don't know what they're buying.
If you're buying an $8 cable, you cannot expect it to physically look and feel like a $40 cable. Plain and simple. These cables are constructed fine, not falling apart, connectors seem solid and seat well etc. Does it look as pretty as a monster cable and have nice quarter inch shielding and hefty connectors etc? No, because it's a budget cable. It's like buying a Kia and being mad that it doesn't look and feel like an Audi.
When you buy a budget cable, you have to be prepared for the fact that QA is likely a bit lower and you may, in fact, get a bunk cable now and then. This is what RMA processes are for, and it makes no sense to plug the cable in, see that it's broken, and immediately come here and post a negative review without even trying to remedy the situation first. Newegg is great about handling RMAs or offering replacements, especially on things like this that cost them so little to replace even for free. The manufacturers here are generally willing to help too, provided you give them a chance.