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Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Case Fan
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5 out of 5 eggs Well worth the money 01/24/2015

This review is from: Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Case Fan

Pros: Great fan, lots of rubber all around to dampen vibration and noise. Lots of accessories. PWM control.

Silent at low RPM, yet able to move lots of air when needed.

Cons: Absolutely none other than the price.

Other Thoughts: I've replaced the stock fan in my Lian Li PC-Q33B case with this one and it made a huge and immediate difference.

I'm also using the Noctua NH-U14S CPU cooler. Both fans are controlled by the BIOS in PWM mode. My system is practically silent and CPU/mobo temp stays ice cold. I'm very pleased.

On Networks N150 Wireless Router, Open Source Ready - N150R
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  • neweggOwned For: less than 1 day

2 out of 5 eggs OK but not great 08/20/2013

This review is from: On Networks N150 Wireless Router, Open Source Ready - N150R

Pros: Cheap, works.

Cons: Slow!!!

Other Thoughts: I don't understand why this router got so many great reviews. The user interface is slow and unresponsive, and the connection speed is even more SLOW. At a little distance from the router I only get 1Mbps. With my old WRT54G I get 36Mbps. I think I'm going to return this router and stick to the old WRT54G.


Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I'm not sure about the experience of the previous reviewer. Me, I was able to use the drive for ReadyBoost without any problems whatsoever. The system is a Thinkpad T410 with Windows 7 64-bit.

All I had to do is right-click on the Wintec drive, select "properties", then the "ReadyBoost" tab... et voila.

BTW, the maximum ReadyBoost cache size is 32GB so the remaining space can be used for files. I too keep Outlook.pst on the Winntec drive.


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Date Joined: 01/27/04

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  • First Review: 01/24/15
  • Last Review: 02/03/15
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