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This review is from: DEEPCOOL Gamer Storm CAPTAIN 360 CPU Liquid Cooler AIO Water Cooling Ceramic Bearing Pump Visual Liquid Flow with 3 x 120mm FDB PWM Fan Rubber Coating Deep Silent Support LGA 2011-v3
Pros: This cooler had a lot of mixed reviews, so I really wasn't sure if it was worth the risk, but after several months (almost a year now) I can say I've very satisfied with the quality of this cooler. I've had nothing fail, it's run very cool. >50C under load, and the fans are very quiet.
Other Thoughts: maybe I've been lucky, since I've seen a lot of others have issues with this device. But for my part, I can say it was definitely worth the money.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've had a excelent time on this board, I'm using to more for professional media editing, not so much gaming, but I've got a 5930k and 32GB of ram cooking up pure awesome on this board.
Cons: The UEFI could be a better laid out, and it's a bit annoying that if you switch between any of their preset overclocks, you also have to reset all of the fan profiles.
I have 2 times in the past year had my RAID array fail. Both times I was able to reconstruct the array with no damage done. I've not fully troubleshooted the problem to source so I did not remove an egg for it.
Other Thoughts: I cant comment on the H.D.D Saver input or a few others that I have not used, but I doubt those will be selling points to most people anyway.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Used for several months with a X99 system, 3 LCD monitors, a mixer, and some small studio speakers. A 120-500W load usually. This device has saved me so much headache. Power outages may not be frequent where I live, but when they do happen, I'm glad I got this thing. It gives me enough time to safety power everything off and save anything I was working on.
Cons: none, I've been fully satisfied with it.READ FULL REVIEW