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This review is from: Thermaltake CLW0217 Water 2.0 Extreme/All-In-One Liquid Cooling System
Pros: Whisper quiet with fans on low to moderate speed. Cools slightly better than H100. Thick rad.
Cons: Rattles if fan speed pushed to max or high. Very loud fans. Only 5 screws were included instead of 8, so unable to fully ensure a snug fit to case.
Pump failed just yesterday night after 1 year and 2 months of use.
Other Thoughts: Cooled a moderately overclocked i7-3770k for a few months before I returned the CPU back to stock.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1) 7,200 mAh @ 3.7v. Converted to 5v is approximately 4000 mAh @ 5v.
2) 1 A output for one port and 2 A output for other port (if used exclusively).
3) LED indicator of remaining capacity
Cons: Requires a micro USB connector for charging?
It's pretty common now, but it would have been nice to have been a mini USB instead.
Other Thoughts: Keep in mind that you will need a USB charger capable of outputting at least 700 mAh I'd recommend a USB charger with at least 2 A output to ensure a quicker charging of the battery pack. Otherwise, it'll take ~5 hours to charge the battery pack from 5% to 100% using a 1 A output charger.
As you're probably aware by now, when both ports are in use together, each port only puts out 1 A each.
Other Thoughts: Got this as a gift from a friend for my birthday. It's barely two weeks old and I've only used it about 5 times. Was clicking from the get go, but it has only gotten worse.
Now I have to put up with a RMA to Hitachi probably to get a replacement. :(