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Pros: At 1600W of power, continous power that is, you're asking for a lot. This PSU will pretty much power anything and everything you can throw at it, without having to go rackmount/server PSU. Being that it is full modular it'll clean up any computer that either lacks space or just clean up the interior without having "extra" cables lying around due to non use. Although my GTX 980s don't consume stupid amounts of power I'm currrently running 3 of those, 4 Delta AFB1212GHE-CF00 fans (29.4W each), a SSD, 7200 RPM HDD and an 85W CPU.
Cons: It's long, not too long but long enough to extend quite a ways into the case. But then again what do you expect from a high output PSU? But I'd say that's its only flaw really... but it can't be helped.
Other Thoughts: Today will be it's true test to see if it can handle 13 Delta fans (the other 9 are 17.4W each), two water pumps, and 4x GTX 980. Not to mention my other setup which is similar but only 3x GTX 980, and it has two CPUs rather than one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ICY DOCK MB153SP-B 3 in 2 SATA Internal Backplane Raid Cage Module
Pros: Works as advertised, got this to clear up room for a water cooling setup in the bottom of my Corsair 600T case and it fits well for only taking up two 5.25" slots and store up to 3 3.5" drives. My temps look about average, maybe better, than they did before but that a minor issue. Again it comes down to functionality - which this nails right on the spot.
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Pros: It's a LOT of desktop if you utilize two of these in parallel to each other (obviously), but in all honesty you won't be disappointed. These things look great, and the clarity is spot on. I've got both of mine running at 2560x1440 which is a bit large, meaning everything is small, but the amount of desktop space utilized by programmes that are open is also very small depending if you have them full screen or not.
Cons: None really...
Other Thoughts: If I were to add one thing, maybe they could have sized the side panels down a bit to not have a gap between the two monitors, but most would be satisfied with just the one monitor, but those who like to have all that "real estate" you may want to consider if having your mouse jump about an inch or so to the other screen would bother you - I can deal with it but it'd be nice to have a thinner boarder.READ FULL REVIEW