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Pros: This Ram was for a gamer build. It looks good with a windowed computer case. Runs at stated speed. I havnt tried overclocking but I dont really do that sort of thing now a days. I bought it mainly because the cool heatsink design and fancy yellow color lol. It just looks really nice in my case, what can i say! lol.
Cons: Had to manually clock at 1600 in bios, but most ram requires this. But to a noob, they wont know to clock it properly. no big deal though for your average pc gamer geek.
Other Thoughts: works good! no problems! runs fast. I use this at 1600mhz w cas9 along with a gtx 760 with battlefield 4 on ultra. runs smooth as silk. No need to overclock.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAIDMAX Agusta ATX-605BT Black/Titanium Steel / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case
Pros: This is a really nice case, love the look, green leds are really fancy lookin', lots of case fans to keep everything cool, not a bad fan speed/led controller as long as you set it up properly.
Cons: Wires were a bit of a pain for the leds and case fans. Fan speed controller is really nice but a pain to wire properly, what i mean is that the connectors dont have covers for the un unsed wires this leaving exposed wires with prongs poking out which could easily cause a short circuit if it touches any components on the mobo. it shoulda came with some sort of connector covers for those 3 prongs sticking out on each wire. It was an easy fix though, Just used hot glue to cover the exposed prongs and then covered that with heat shrink tubing. Solved any risk of short circuit. the adhesive on the lables that identify which wire does what is very sticky and gooey and greasy, I ripped all of the sticker lables off and put my own lables with color coded painters tape. The case comes with these plastic wire clips to keep wires organized however they use a really low quality adhesive which does not stick to the innards of the case, i ended up glueing them in. the ones that were pre installed fell off initially when I put the wires in them.
The fans in the case come with two wires; one labled fan and one labled led. So two wires per case fan minus the rear non led fan.
Other Thoughts: The amount of work to prevent a short circuit from the exposed male fan connectors was negligible but kinda required. If you dont cover them and they touch another exposed male fan connector it could short. Or of the length of the exposed male prong touches your motherboard it could short or cross some circuitry making bad things happen! But when everything is done right... you got a sweet looking case! other than the tidbits Ive mentioned its actually a really well engineered case. Every time someone comes over to my gamer room, they comment on how good the case looks.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: High quality, quiet, powers a beastly gtx 760, and components, have pushed this so far with marathon gaming sessions without a single issue. Pretty solid well build PSU. Bought due to a positive track record with cooler masters previous gx line of psus.
Cons: no cons!
Other Thoughts: Ive always been a fan of coolermaster psus. I bought this because my old gx performed flawlessly, like a champ. I used this new one in my upgraded gamer build, old gx1 psu is still running solid in my guest gamer pc for when my buds come over. Solid and somewhat quiet. It powers an nvidia gtx 760 w/4gb vram and oc'd, with an amd fx cpu with 8gb of ram, and a 1tb wd blue drive with hoards of case fans and pretty led lights. works like a champ. I would recommend this for high quality gamer builds without breaking the bank. A+READ FULL REVIEW