Date Joined: 08/16/14
Pros: Keeps my 4690k @ 25c and under @ idle. Quiet..
Overall Review: get it
Pros: An attractive case with plenty of space and good airflow + design. A little tight for an H105 but I made it work.
Pros: Have an ADATA ssd in another pc and this is way faster lol... boot time within 15-20 seconds. Worth getting, just wish I bought the 250gb
Pros: Works as good as expected too. Being low profile saved me because putting an H105 in a mid tower takes up quite a bit of space. Ram looks sexy too.
Pros: Solid cpu, runs really cool with an H105
Cons: Natta thus far
Pros: Liquid cooling. Doesn't take up a lot of space in small cases. Attractive. Quiet.
Cons: Doesn't cool as much as I thought it did, but still way better than the stock cooler and takes up far less space than all air coolers that have similar performance to it.
Overall Review: Title puns
Pros: Look awesome, air flow is 'decent' at best but still wouldn't trade them in.
Cons: Air flow seems a bit lower than advertised because the rpm is lower than advertised.
Overall Review: Buy them if you have a case with good airflow and liquid cooling on your cpu.
Pros: Good cooling, sleek looks, great performance for the price.
Cons: Slight coil whine that eventually went away.
Overall Review: Worth the upgrade from a 660ti.
Pros: Small size, because it's an ssd
Price was 74.99
Boots in 10-15 seconds as opposed to 60+ seconds on old HDD
Cons: Yellow, lol
For 89.99 it should really be 120gb, in my opinion
Overall Review: Fast and solid, boot times are super quick along with enough room for all startup applications and a game or two with some space left over. +Recommend
Cons: Have had a few problems overclocking this past 4.0ghz, but it's not that big of a deal for me.
Overall Review: For a budget build, this has to be a go to at just 110. I was able to swipe it up when it was 99.99 which free'd up some money for me to afford a better GPU at the time. +Recommend
Pros: Well, I bought it for 199.99 at the time, and that's a super pro considering it out performs the GTX 760 in 90% of games.
Stays relatively cool in a hot environment
Cons: None really, kind of wish it had another DVI-I instead of DVI-D but that's not really a big deal.
Overall Review: Great card price to performance ratio is pretty amazing. +Recommend
1ms Response time
Colors look good
No dead pixels
Cons: Well, they aren't cons for me but for others they might be
Not much room for adjusting the monitor
No display port
Overall Review: Was everything I was looking for, 144hz looks great on CS.
Pros: Long lasting, Durable, good for low level stuff. Sleek look to it. Seems like it worked for some people on here even given their high level gpu's, but sadly not for me.
Cons: Replaced a 6850 with a 660ti and my PC would crash, wasn't the 660ti causing it as that worked in my brothers rig just fine. It definitely had something to do with the 12v rail on this PSU.
Runs incredibly hot now too, well over 40 degrees celcius, and very very loud. However that is after 3-4 years so I gotta cut it some slack.
For the price it should have obviously been at least semi-modular.