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Pros: -Super quiet
-I can hear my HDD and CPU fan over the other fans. When running a fan individually it's very quiet.
-The amount of air gushing out of my tower is far more than I expected for what I spent at its noise level
-Still running silent after about 7 months
-Inexpensive: more like very reasonably priced
-High quality for the price; I paid $5 on sale
Cons: -Not in stock anymore
Other Thoughts: I love these fans and I do feel bad for those who didn't get the chance to buy a pair, let alone I still feel bad for those like my who were going to buy more.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR XMS 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 Desktop Memory Model CMX4GX3M1A1333C9
Pros: - High quality
- Still running perfect
- Overclocks pretty high
- Stays cool and efficient
Cons: - Definitely on the pricey side. I would not spend this much money on RAM unless you're going for quality components.
Other Thoughts: It has almost been a full year and this RAM has not only stayed cool but performed to my expectations. I would recommend this RAM to anyone who does not have a budget or prefers quality products. $65 for only 4GB of RAM at just 1333Mhz is certainly almost too much. Fortunately I got mine in a combo otherwise I would have double my current system RAM.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + It's a case
+ It's cheap
+ It works
Cons: - It's very cheaply made
- The PSU will be hit and miss, having a maximum life-time of 3 months.
- Not worth $30 when you look at other cases
Other Thoughts: ~ For $30 you could have bought a much nicer case without a PSU built in. This case isn't worth anyone's time, no matter what. The only reason I got this case is because it was a part of a supercombo deal, and even then it wasn't worth it.
~ No matter your budget, you should be spending a little more like $50 to $60 on a case
~ If you're on a tight budget and will end up having a video card, just wait. It's not worth having a low end $500 gaming PC even for bragging rights. Just wait it out until newer technologies and advancements are affordable or you'll be kicking yourself in the longrun.