Prospect but...5/12/2020 10:33:46 AM

Pros: -The concept looked good BUT they need to pay attention to that small oversight on their cables.

Cons: -Cable management issues with the furthest fan from the connection hub.

Overall Review: I went with this AIO to try something new on a build I was/am doing for my son rather than using my "go-to" Corsair rad setup. These cooler was going to go on the front of Fractal Design Meshify C... Funny thing is, the provided fans (was going to replace with their RGB fans but for the meantime, as I waited I was going to use their non-RGB fans for testing the rig.) The furthest fan's cable didn't reach without stressing the cable directly to the connection hub, meaning, I would not be able to cable manage that one fan... all 3 fans have the same length of cabling. I ended up returning it and picking up Corsair's iCue H100i since the 150 was out of stock... I initially went with the Celsius because the introductions of daisy-chaining the RGB fans through the hub was/is better for cable management and will remove the needs of a controller/RGB hubs etc like corsair has which creates a huge amount of clutter just for 6 PWM/RGB fans.

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Hello Damir, Sorry to hear you had some trouble assembling your Celsius+. I know you reported that you already returned the item, but we have an instructional video that shows the best way to orient the cables on the fans during install. Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiKPo2Mf6kc
Disappointed...5/12/2020 10:24:38 AM

Pros: -Boast a lot of possibilities... -Fireware is solid, similar to older routers (comprehensible). -Merlin Supported

Cons: -Inadequate speeds on both 2.4Ghz/5Ghz -"Next-Gen" Tech not ready (Wifi 6) -AiMesh needs a lot of work, very inconsistent.

Overall Review: I purchased two of these to create an AiMesh ecosystem within my home. My house isn't huge but I always have issues reaching my step-daughter's room on the second floor. Figured why not go all out even with "next-gen" tech to pretty much future proof the house for the next couple of years. These routers would have replaced my old Asus RT-AC87R (currently, still in use)... the AiMesh was not stable from the node upstairs and it seems that many of the devices preferred connecting to the main router (these were from stock setup settings.). I did some tweaking but to no avail, similar issues continued to occur. Dropped or hanging connections the wifi would still be connected but no stable internet to be had. I removed the node and ran one router, everything seemed fine ran well but I never could achieve higher than 100Mbps over any of the bands on any of the devices upstairs and at times even right next to the router I would get a poor connection on certain devices. An example would be my step-daughter's iPhone Xs Max... she would get 50Mbps upload and 15Mbps download (I'm paying for Xfinity's Gigabit service 1Gbps up and 50Mbps down). She was sitting close to the router with those numbers and my Note 10+ would get 230Mbps up and 41Mbps down... now, here is the strange thing at her father's house she got waaaay optimal speeds 300+ up and 20 down... *shrug*... must be some sort of interference with her phone specifically? Regardless, I ultimately returned both routers back to newegg... and I'm currently looking into something new. I might even stray away from Asus for the first time in a loooong time.

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Top Notch2/19/2019 8:04:53 AM

Pros: I haven't been able to fully test this card but I was able to load a "simple" game to see what it was made of... ran DOOM on ultra with some higher settings and it ran perfectly. No struggle nor problems. The RGB software provided by Gigabyte is lacking and can get tedious but that really isn't much of a con... i suppose. The card runs smooth and cool, lets see how it handles dust in the future. *UPDATE* So last night I managed to give DOOM a hardcore go, loaded up the last level where there are swarms of demons coming at you... the card never stuttered nor image tearing. FPS were between 150~180 at ultra/max everything @ 1080 (don't have a 4K monitor yet) The card without any water cooling, case has a total of 6 fans and as you see the card itself has 3 fans never passed 55C. Tempted to try a newer game. By the way I do have that free Battlefield V that came with this but Origin isn't letting me install the client for some reason... tried googling did what EA states is the remedy but nothing... boooooooooo. BEAST of a card...

Cons: None so far.... ***Update*** So far after owning this card for more than 2 months, I have experienced many RGB software conflicts. One sure way to avoid this is if you're building a new system install RGB Fusion 2.0 first, set your colors as you want it then either completely remove the software using Revo Uninstaller or have it that rgbfusion.exe and check_kill.exe are not running this will conflict with mystic lights or icue (my personal conflicts) by doing this the hardware on it's own will remember the colors and effects you picked BUT it'll have to stay like that unfortunately. I experienced a lot of issues with Dragon Center (MSI), iCue (Corsair) and RGB Fusion... once I updated Dragon Center it forced my CPU's to work at max load on random processes like malware or a virus. Had to reformat to remove this... so, now I'm staying clear from both dragon center and rgb fusion this includes the AORUS APP too... The card though runs/performance as it's suppose to... never passing 68C on full load max settings. OC'd to +120 GPU core = around 2000MHz+ *I took off an egg because of the software issues and conflicts it's caused me...

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Clean, Sleek and Modern.2/12/2019 6:09:03 AM

Pros: This case replaced my Corsair Obsidian 750D for my new build (which is in my "other thoughts" section). I must say, I loved the tempered tinted glass look, very modern and sleek... matches my house decor as well. The glow from the Corsair SP/ML fans through the tint creates an intimate feeling, nothing over bearing or too bright (which depending on your lighting software you could dim if it's deemed too bright). There is more than enough space, except up top (as mentioned before about water cooling and radiators exceeding 240mm) ***Update*** So far going on 3 months with the case and still solid... did some changes here and there with cable management, added 6 LL120 Fans + Commander Pro + 4 RGB LED Strips + removed the H100i Platinum and replaced with a front mount H150i RGB Pro.

Cons: HEAVVVVVVVVYYYYYYYYY!!! 30LBS without anything inside... I have a EVGA 1000 P2 PSU and that on it's own is about 5 to 8LBS... imagine with everything installed... easily weighs more than my 5 y/o daughter. The pre-installed Corsair RGB hub is limited to SP line fans... can't mix match which will cause things to be interrupted. I installed a H100i RGB Pro Platinum which is a 240mm radiator and two ML120 fans (which caused issues with the stock RGB hub) any other radiator bigger than 240mm you have to place it in front where the 3 fans are... 280mm+. Static can be an issue when removing the protective film from the tempered glass and be carefull removing the screw's and re-tighten be careful not to over tighten. Finger prints is an issue so be aware to have tons of smudging. ***Update*** Still heavy, probably heavier with that 360mm rad but I can't gripe about that, it's a beautiful case!

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 4.6GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB)+(1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Best AIO I've had thus far.2/11/2019 11:29:42 AM

Pros: So, I purchased my rig (current one) in Nov 2018 with the Hydro H100i RGB Platnium, figured, "Man, why didn't I front mount a 360mm instead of this 240mm..." So, I went ahead two month later while cleaning out the dust. Difference between the two besides the obvious +120mm in radiator and the additional fan... was the pumps were actually different. the bottom of the 150i is a circular copper cord as the 100i was squared and covered more area. The RGB lighting on the 150i is not divided within the top ring and the corsair logo like the 100i is. Also, there is quality difference where the braided tubing meets either pump or radiator. The 100i platinum has better quality metal caps as opposed to the 150i which looked like plastic.. (hence the platnium maybe?) BUT, cooling on the 150 is far superior than the 100i even with the new pump the big rad and extra fan helped bring down the temps about 8 Celsius on idle and load OC @ 5GHz i7-9700K... idles at 28C max load at 62C

Cons: Newegg really needs to add a feature to upload rig pics like their competitors... heh..

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) + (1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Organizing your RGB's like a Pro...2/11/2019 10:51:23 AM

Pros: This huge brick pretty much makes your life easy once everything is connected. Handles every single RGB Corsair product (and only Corsair) and you can mix different RGB LED fans if you want (SP/LL/ML Series) It has two separate channels to connect directly to a set of RGB strips or a Corsair Fan hub (6 fans max per hub)... or a Light node pro. Other side connects your 4 pin PWM fans etc.. it's pretty self explanatory...

Cons: Cable management might be an issue... so PLAN PLAN PLAN... It's bulky... pretty big, so finding a location on the rear of your case might pose a challenge.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) + (1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Solid product.2/11/2019 7:29:41 AM

Pros: If you're in need of more RGB lighting because your case fans/video card/mobo/cooler just doesn't have enough lighting then, this will add that extra light you might be looking for. Love the fact that you don't have to remove the 3M take it came with because they have magnets that attach to your case. The material used was pretty solid, I know someone complained how fragile they were... obviously don't handle them like a savage or throw them around but I handled them normally and everything lit up. Comes with 4 strips and 4 extension cables if there is an issue running them to your Light node pro or Commander pro. (of you need one or both of those controllers if you want to use them properly with Corsair's iCue software).

Cons: Cable management may be an issue, so plan plan plan... Wish the LED's were closer together instead of separate SMD LED's

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) + (1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Simple, sleek and gorgeous.2/11/2019 7:24:34 AM

Pros: Structure looks fantastic, made out of black brush aluminum... this is mostly for cosmetics/vanity so there wasn't a real need for it. It's holding my Logitech Artemis G933 (ironic, huh?) and well... it had RGB lighting.. soooo a plus. I don't really use the built in sound card that it has (haven't really tried it either) so no review there, I might edit later.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) + (1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Gorgeous...2/11/2019 7:21:58 AM

Pros: It's simplicity next to the flash of the RGB makes this a massive desirable product. I use a logitech marble mouse which renders this useless really, but who cares?? IT HAS RGB's!!! hehe... obviously this is a cosmetic/vanity buy but it matches so well with my system's color scheme... I've had no issues with the pad slipping on my desk .

Cons: Newegg doesn't allow you to post pictures up like Am-A-zon :P

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) + (1TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Just, amazing.2/11/2019 6:06:35 AM

Pros: This is actually my second NVMe SSD in my rig. So, there is a 2TB and a 1TB now... I tried to RAID 0 the drives together but for some reason it's limiting me to 2TB RAID 0 on both drives which I wanted to go a full 3TB. So, now I have them seperated my main drive (2TB) houeses windows 10 and all the games while the 1TB houses all my media/UMS DLNA stuff.

Cons: Nothing to say, wonderful drives, had to buy a second one :D

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Didn't work...2/11/2019 6:00:14 AM

Pros: 4 ports.. (if they ever work or install properly.

Cons: One thing I've noticed throughout the years of building, modding and servicing PC's is that mostly all VIA chipset's are garbage... Easiest part is installation, that's it. Once installed you go through many hoops looking for this thing to work. Drivers on their VIA Lab's website are mainly for Win7 and below... I didn't notice the compatible OS list that was in the description but mostly all 2+ port PCIe USB cards state this. Once I got the conflict with the motherboard's drivers to stop messing with the PCIe card drivers Device Manager stated everything was working fin BUT none of the ports functioned nor read the installed USB device. In the end I RMA's both the cards, unfortunately.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H150i Pro RGB (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Phenomenal Motherboard12/13/2018 12:53:11 PM

Pros: Honestly, there was something that kept me away from MSI in the past (we're talking in the late 90's early 00's) I've been mainly using Gigabyte it's just when it came for a new rig to build I figured I'd change it up and looking through reviews this board stood out massively! Extremely solid build, on top of that multiphase boot for CPU 8th and 9th gen i7/i9 is always a plus for stability. The stock heatsinks for the I/O ports and phasing helps a lot with keeping board temps down. It has a smooth a sleek look to it and on top of that it has RGB's... subtle, yet sexy. The heatshield for the M.2 is a nice touch because they tend to get hot. The pre-installed I/O shield is clean and very welcoming and should be an industry standard in my opinion. The BIOS firmware is easy to understand for beginners and extensive when you go in advanced mode. Stay away from that BIG RED gaming option which will shoot your processor from stock speeds (IE, i7-9700K 3.6GHz) to 5GHz in one blow... I still believe in incremental increase rather than a big jump. I currently have my 9700K @ 4.6GHz cooled by a H100i RGB Platinum idle 31C max load and gaming 45C (using Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut for thermal grease). RAM is maxed out running XMP 2666MHz.. Very stable board.

Cons: The RGB software is somewhat lacking... but will do... really nothing negative to say.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Dear Valued Customer, Thank you for sharing your experience with the MSI product! If you ever require technical assistance, please feel free to contact our technical support department directly at 626.271.1004 from M to F, 9am to 6pm Pacific Standard Time. Thanks for choosing MSI! Best Regards, MSI Review Team
Plenty of power... and some!12/13/2018 6:13:34 AM

Pros: This PSU is a monster... heavy (about 5~8LBS) but super solid. Love the full modular feature and plus it's a 80+ Platinum! Using half of the cabling because well, most of it is not needed.

Cons: None what so ever

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Does the deed, vibrant color(s)12/13/2018 6:05:38 AM

Pros: Love the RGB vibrancy and really quiet. The glow in the center is a nice touch from the old school 4 point LED's shining on the fins.

Cons: I'm a huge advocate of Corsair, I really like their products and the level of customization they "try" to allow us to have. It is saddening though, that the SP line fan's only work directly with the same line up and can't be mixed with other Corsair fans like the HD, LL or ML lines unless you purchase their Light node or the Commander Pro. Also, if the sequence is broken (happened to me with the Corsair 570X Crystal case and the H100i RGB Platinum where the front 3 SP120 fans that came with the case were connected to 1-3, 4 and 5 for the radiator fans (ML120 fan's) and the rear exhaust fan (SP120) which I connected to port 6 on the provided control the case brought. Since the ML120's were inbetween 1-3 and 6 the ML's lit up white with no control and the rear exhaust didn't light up. So, this had to be changed to SP 1-4 and connect the ML's directly to the provided cables of the radiator to achieve the colors I wanted. iCue doesn't recognize the case fan's unfortunately because they're not connected anywhere to the motherboard directly just the the control module to the case controller up top by the power button. I'd have to see if there is a way to connect it directly... my motherboard does have some "RGB" and "JRAINBOW" 4 pin sockets to plug them in just not 4 available slots gotta ee if there are splitters or what not.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Amazing Quality Part12/13/2018 6:05:20 AM

Pros: It's blazing fast, maxed out my board with this set and running on XMP @ 2666MHz like a champ. The RGB is a sleek touch and they are quite bright depending on which settings you use. With iCue you can dim them or put them at max brightness along with other features.

Cons: None as of yet.

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Fantastic Intel Product12/13/2018 6:05:00 AM

Pros: I'm coming from a 2011 build with a 2nd Gen i7-2600K. This thing is silky smooth... I'm cooling it with a 240mm H100i RGB Platinum Closed loop AIO and get 29/31C idles and 45/50C max load/games currently OC'd @ 4.6GHz and I'm sure it can go over 5GHz just not tempted to do so just yet.. This processor is intended to be an all around and gaming PC which it handles everything with ease. (My build is described below) the HT feature, even though nice, is not needed for gaming... maybe if't you're a streamer and constantly using fraps and lossless RGB settings then MAYBE the i7-8700K is for you. I've even used fraps while playing and no loss in performance and FPS... I'm a loyal intel consumer, been building these things since the Pentium Overdrive/P3/C2D/2nd gen i7 and now this one. Never built an AMD for myself. *UPDATE* Upped the overclocking last night to 5GHz, temps went up to 38C.

Cons: No cons

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 5GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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Cooling as expected12/13/2018 5:57:58 AM

Pros: In my old build I previously owned the H100i Extreme Performance cooler for my i7-2600K so naturally I was going to cool my next rig with a corsair product. Since the case of choice had little head room up top and with some little foresight I decided to go with the 240mm instead of something bigger like the 280 or 360. I did neglect to see that this item came with ML120 fan's and were not going to sync with the provided RGB controller in the 570X Crystal case... but I figured out a way to make the colors accessible through iCue and the case itself. Cooling numbers on the i7-9700K (OC'd to 4.6GHz) is idle 31C full load/gaming 45C. Solid cooler and quiet. Even in Performance mode there a slight swoosh of sound but acceptable, nothing that will drive you up the wall... not really a con IMO. I currently have a total of 6 fan's in the case (4 SP120's and 2 ML120's) ver quiet in there. *UPDATE* Last night I upped the overclocking to 5GHz and the temp rose to 38C idle. I have yet to try it within a game but there was a significant performance boost noted from a mere 400MHz.

Cons: Only con (more so towards Corsair) is... instead of trying to focus on sales via forcing the implementation of more expensive fans that can only be used with more expensive controllers or nodes you should really consider your clients and their possible loyalty... even with reading a lot of the comments from other Corsair products that I still purchased after reading them, I do agree with the masses when they said their marketing tactics is a little unfair toward their consumers. Making the stock RGB controller that comes with the 570X case only usable with SP fan lines and can't mix and match or use the HD, LL or ML fans which in turn you're making the hub limited to those is sort of redundant in my eyes. The others I mentioned can only be used with the Light pro node or the Commander Pro hub which does everything (including LED strips.) I own a Corsair K95 Platinum RGB keyboard, H100i RGB Platinum Pro cooler, 4x16GB(64GB) Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro RAM, Corsair 570X Crystal and well the added SP120 fan for the rear exhaust for this build (mentioned in "other thoughts") Previously owned Corsair's Obsidian 750D with the old 2015 version of the H100i AIO cooler. So yeah, cut us some slack Corsair... :\

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 4.6GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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...in-freaking-credible!!!!!!!!!!!12/12/2018 11:57:29 AM

Pros: I purchased the 2TB version... performance is nuts... (remember to go to the Samsung site and download the NVMe drivers to get the proper numbers stated in the item description) This is my first system that I've had the honor of having a M.2 2280 SSD chip... let along an SSD drive in-general... My last PC had a traditional 7200RPM 1.5TB drive... and well... forget that! Window's loads in seconds, basic workload applications like Office/Photoshop and games load instantly... it's ridiculous this thing even exists.

Cons: Only con I have (and will not drop an egg) is the lack of documentation indicating the NVMe driver is even needed... it doesn't install itself and the provided drivers with whichever board you choose to go with will not have the sufficient bandwidth you're looking for in your product... :) Here's the link, not sure if Newegg allows linking other sites but this is souly for the 970 EVO https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/970evo/

Overall Review: Intel i7-9700K (OC'd @ 4.6GHz) Corsair H100i RGB Platinum (Cooler) MSI MAG z390 Tomahawk (Motherboard) 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 2666MHz (64GB of RAM) Samsung 970 EVO SSD M.2 2280 (2TB) Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Extreme 8GB GDDR6 EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2 (1000W Fully Modular) Corsair Crystal Series 570X (Case)

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best gaming notebook for your buck!11/15/2013 9:59:49 PM

Pros: Processor Price SLI GPU Sleek and solid design Pretty lightweight for the package Runs cool

Cons: Fingerprint magnet...

Overall Review: Most reviews about this notebook I'd say are pretty off. I got this for my wife more so for editing purposes rather than gaming. I'm sure it could handle most of the stuff out there in moderate settings but if I want to game I have my desktop for that. Didn't have a problem with the intel wireless NIC, downgraded to Win7 Ultimate 64-bit. All drivers installed and working flawlessly. Sexy/sturdy design... Many pros just I could do without the fingerprint mess but whatever... Brush aluminum is hot.

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Little info.4/16/2010 9:12:10 AM

Pros: To most of the reviews, these apple machines are the highest end compared to anything out there now even straight from factory. Some of you have problems with these things from factory but you need to learn how to jailbreak these things to solve all your issues you're having. I owned two iPhones (2G and a 3GS) and both were jailbroken. It's simple and you don't break the warranty. Flash is still not supported due to Apple being douches about this since they don't want to leave the phones technology and information to be leaked to 3rd party manufactures. So they came up with HTML5. I've been actually looking into purchasing a Touch since my 5th Gen iPod might not make it till the end of the year. All in all your iPod will come alive once jailbroken.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Best phones and ipods hands down... GET IT!

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Perfection at it's best!1/5/2010 12:44:08 PM

Pros: Sleek design, eye candy vibrant color (besides being biased to the color green being my fave) iSkin has always been paying attention to details since I bought my iPod's case from them. Snug fit.

Cons: The mirror screen film can be re-thought... not a good feature when outdoors when the sun is at it's strongest (noon).. becomes a true mirror and hurts the eyes... indoors in moderate to low lighting it's perfect... leaving the iPhone's settings at a rather high brightness.

Overall Review: Being that I don't exactly own this case, my gf does... she likes the mirror being that she can use it for personal beauty lol... which is a nice perk for her and being that she mainly uses it indoors anyways this would be the perfect case and features for any woman! She has a 16GB 3GS (B)

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Power for the price3/12/2009 3:18:44 PM

Pros: Purchased two of these for two PC's for my clients... even though they wont utilize its complete potential, its more than enough for them and for future upgrades if they ever decide to... many PATA/SATA power connectors and SLi/CrossFire ready is a plus! Cooling fan runs really quiet as well.

Cons: None

Overall Review: Both systems using this board are identical... Intel C2D E7400 2.8GHz (1066MHz) GIGABYTE GA-G31M-ES2L WD Caviar320GB SATA 3.0Gb/s Kingston HyperX 2GB (800MHz) Sigma ZEN (Black) Sigma Power Engine SP-535 (535W) LITE-ON 22X DVD-/+RW (Black) LITE-ON DVD-ROM (Black) Rosewill RCR-102 52-in-1 Card Reader (Back)

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Sleek and simple.3/12/2009 3:16:41 PM

Pros: Sleek and simple design.. high gloss to add to its attractive features, crisp display and colorful. The USB's that comes with are an added comfort so you don't have to get on all 4's to plug something else in on the back or on te front of your case...

Cons: None

Overall Review: Both systems using this board are identical... Intel C2D E7400 2.8GHz (1066MHz) GIGABYTE GA-G31M-ES2L WD Caviar320GB SATA 3.0Gb/s Kingston HyperX 2GB (800MHz) Sigma ZEN (Black) Sigma Power Engine SP-535 (535W) LITE-ON 22X DVD-/+RW (Black) LITE-ON DVD-ROM (Black) Rosewill RCR-102 52-in-1 Card Reader (Back)

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Good buy...3/12/2009 3:14:01 PM

Pros: Purchased two of these for two machines... haven't had the chance to burn anything with them yet just used them to install.. read time seems quick when installing a little noisy but easily over looked... :P

Cons: Little noisy.

Overall Review: Both systems using this board are identical... Intel C2D E7400 2.8GHz (1066MHz) GIGABYTE GA-G31M-ES2L WD Caviar320GB SATA 3.0Gb/s Kingston HyperX 2GB (800MHz) Sigma ZEN (Black) Sigma Power Engine SP-535 (535W) LITE-ON 22X DVD-/+RW (Black) LITE-ON DVD-ROM (Black) Rosewill RCR-102 52-in-1 Card Reader (Back)

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Very good!3/12/2009 3:10:36 PM

Pros: Purchased two for two different systems... enough capacity and speed for basic end-users... very quiet and little lag... so far so good.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Both systems using this board are identical... Intel C2D E7400 2.8GHz (1066MHz) GIGABYTE GA-G31M-ES2L WD Caviar320GB SATA 3.0Gb/s Kingston HyperX 2GB (800MHz) Sigma ZEN (Black) Sigma Power Engine SP-535 (535W) LITE-ON 22X DVD-/+RW (Black) LITE-ON DVD-ROM (Black) Rosewill RCR-102 52-in-1 Card Reader (Back)

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