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This review is from: Sceptre 32" Class (31.5" Measured) 3-D Ready 1080p 60Hz 3D LED HDTV E320BV-FHDD
Pros: When I saw a 32" 3D 1080p TV on sale for $250 I jumped on it.
I like the color and the amount of HDMI inputs (3) which are really the only ones I use.
It is good for the money although there are a few drawbacks.
If I could go back though I would still buy it.
The sound can get loud (I have another TV with the volume up all the way it can still be difficult to hear what is being said)
Cons: The sound goes in and out and the video settings reset every time it is turned off or flipped to another input, each of which I took an egg off for.
Other Thoughts: I have had this for 3 years now and despite the issues listed above in the cons this TV is holding up well.
The 3-D on this TV is nothing to write home about but for $250 I would buy it again.
I have not had any problems with blurring which is great.
This review is from: Kingston HyperX KHX-FAN-B Fans
Pros: Looks good. Cools memory ok.
Cons: My biggest issue with this fan is that it doesn't fit well around my memory.
I thought about returning it for that reason but decided against it because the blue light does well with the other lights in my machine.
Too loud. Had to take it out of my system. I would not recommend nor would I buy again.
Pros: This does a great job keeping my CPU cool
Purdy light goes well with my machine
Cons: Required the removal of the motherboard as well as RAM and video card
Large. Was not an issue though installing on a full ATX case.
Other Thoughts: This sexy baby does a great job keeping my system cool although I don't have any need to OC so I can't comment on those temps.
I idle between 17 - 20 degrees C.
I had my PC on for 20 hours or so downloading my steam library and the temp never exceeded 23 C.
I played some GTA 5 with the settings up and the core temp ranged from 47-51 degrees C.
MSI Z170A-G45 mobo
i7 6700k @ 4.0 Ghz
16 GB Geil EVO POTENZA DDR4
GIGABYTE Radeon R9 390