Joined on 04/13/01
One year of Life
Pros: Worked well and easily set up out of the box.
Cons: Dead at 13 months. I needed to make a change in the router set up, but the router failed to take my password. I reset the router, the network connection was lost forever. I set to factory defaults ,and typical troubleshooting procedures. The router refused to use the standard 192.168.1.1 address and I could not get the network to see it. All lights were green on the router, so there was no outward indication of a problem. The router seemed to higher than normal temperature to the touch.
Overall Review: A new router was installed and immediately worked with my network. Best I can figure is that the rosewill router died.
Good cooler without breaking the bank
Pros: Good operational temperatures.
Cons: This user had to take time to understand how to mount it......The photo instructions were a bit hard for me to follow..
Overall Review: Very happy with this product mated with i7-9700K. The original EVO 12 with a i7-2600K has been in use going on 9 years with zero problems. It was just time for a new build.
NIce change from old G15
Pros: The keys on the lowest light setting are very readable in the dark. The tactile feel and spacing is a bit different from the old G15, but I just have to get used to that. Keys are reactive with single stroke and hopefully they are durable. Nice and light with smallish footprint. I like it a lot.
Overall Review: Really good budget option...
Good upgrade for older gaming pc
Pros: A good improvement in frame rates over the old GTX 660 Ti that it replaced. Running on an intel i7-2600k at stock speed, with 16 gb of ddr3 ram. My old gaming rig is from the year 2011, that is the longest I have gone without a new build.
Cons: Power use is up a bit with the 1070. A somewhat dated gpu. I usually compare more products before a purchase, but I did not for this one...The newer 2070 would have been a better buy given the price units.
Overall Review: I can use this 1070 in a new gaming build to save dollars should I pursue a new build in the year 2020.