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This review is from: DEEPCOOL N6000 Laptop Cooling Pad 17" Metal Mesh Panel 200mm Fan with Blue LED
Pros: Packaged well, and fast delivery of course by the egg.
Lightweight construction, which can be good and bad. It has 2 USB ports on the side, a ON/Off switch for the blue light, that way you do not have to have it on if you don't like it. You cannot actually see the bright blue light with a laptop on top of the cooler so I am not really sure why it even needs to be there.
The fan speed is adjustable, with a little rolling switch like a volume control dial. Cooler size is perfect for my Dell Inspiron 1520 15.6 display machine.
Cons: So far at the time of this review, I type this out on my laptop with this cooler running. The fan noise is not acceptable. The lowest level is noisy, and the highest setting is very annoying! All the controls, the volume dial, and the fan light button feel cheap and probably will not last would be my guess.
Other Thoughts: Time will tell the true test of this laptop cooler. The size is perfect for my Dell Inspiron 1520, with a standard 15.6 display. And as long as the fan holds out, it will probably do a good job of keeping the PC cool, but with too much noise!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Shipped fast.
Secure fitting plugs.
Cons: None really
Other Thoughts: My modem is clear into the front room, and I have a bit of a journey to the back bedroom to be connected via network cable. So I needed to replace the old CAT 5, yellow round cable I had been using for years with something that would blend into the color on the walls and trim, and this worked real nice. It is not an exact match to the wall color, but good enough so that you really don't see it unless you look right at it, and even then it looks fine. The flat cable will lay down against the wall and base trim easily, and this helps it to not be so noticeable.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Increased rendering performance in Hoodoo and Modo.
(Don't know if I spelled them right)
And with Photoshop and the like, no difference noticed.
Cons: The main con is the price, and that it this a PCI Express 2.0 card, and not the next generation of PCI Express 3.0
Other Thoughts: Bought this for my son's PC. He does a lot of Photoshop, and rendering graphics. He said he noticed a positive difference in the graphic rendering programs he uses, but not much difference in programs like Photoshop.
As for me, I think that if you pay this much for a entry level type Quadro card, it should really be PCI Express 3.0