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This review is from: EnGenius EUB9707 Wireless-N Mini Adapter IEEE 802.11b/g/n, Up to 150Mbps, WPS Button
Cons: none ... so far
Other Thoughts: I installed the included driver, and that did *NOT* work at all. it worked AFTER I uninstalled the driver. so, if you're having problems, don't use the included driver/software.
overall, I like it. it's really small and compact. and it works well for me.
Pros: keeps cpu pretty cool
Cons: heat sink is too low - no room for ram that have tall heat fins.
Other Thoughts: it seems that CM did not test this cpu cooler when they built it. if you have rams that have high heat sink fins, then this fan will not work well because there's no room to fit your ram.
it would be ideal if they could make it so this cooler allows for 90 degree rotation. this way, if you can rotate the cooler side ways and have the fan blow air side ways. at the same time, you can also switch the fan to the ram side, or the I/O port side (if the fan hits your ram).
however, that's not the case, you can only mount the fan at the top or bottom, which still leaves no room for high rise rams.
if you look at the Hyper 212 evo, you will see what I mean: the 212 allows you to move your fan to the I/O port side, or the ram side (it's oriented side ways) so that you can use high rams with long heat fins.
this cooler is now sitting on my shelf catching dust; and I had to buy the 212 evo in order for me to use my rams.
Cons: the uefi bios keeps switching my sata drive to "uefi sata" interface. this causes a MBR boot issue during OS installation.
I prefer the old BIOS, maybe I'm just old school...
Other Thoughts: uefi bios is something I will avoid in future mobo purchases.READ FULL REVIEW
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