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Pros: It works for my purpose. Its flexible thank goodness!
Cons: However this a Dual Link wire, not a regular DVI cable like the one that came with my monitor, if your video card or your monitor does not support Dual Link DVI you may need an adapter, or get a regular DVI cable, this cable is twice the thickness of my original cable.
Other Thoughts: Unfortunately I would have rather had a regular DVI cable as to this Dual Link cable, as I experienced some problems until I figured out this was not a regular DVI cable.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CABLES UNLIMITED USB-5105-03M 9.84 ft. USB 2.0 Gold Connector Extension Cable
Pros: Gold plated, for better longevity and connectivity, will probably last longer than the mouse I am using it with.
Other Thoughts: It's a cable, it does what it's supposed to do.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: Chilled my Phenom II 940 3Ghz from stock idle 40C to 31C, and Burn-in 58C to 44C! Quiet! The stock fan would humm out to 4500 RPM and sound like to too at burn-in. This thing is barely louder at burn-in than the stock fans in my NZXT Tempest! When idle you can't hear it at all.
Cons: It's a bit big, barely fit in my NZXT Tempest.
The included instructions left something to be desired.
One of the holes in the MOBO bracket is smaller than the other 3, not mentioned, but I ended up figuring it out.
You have to remove the stock bracket to install this custom bracket. Necessitating a full MOBO removal in my case.
The included thermal compound is total junk, get Artic Silver 5.
Other Thoughts: The fan attaches with Plastic clips now, instead of the metal clamps from the MAXIMUM PC review I read. You can still clip it on, or slide it on/off.
The fan just barely misses touching my RAM modules.
This thing sans fan is only a 1/2oz heaver than the stock fan! The fan adds 5oz. (weighed with food scale out of curiosity as they felt the same in my hand)