Joined on 03/24/03
Works as a Socket 7 cooler too
Pros: Bought tthis to replace aa Super Socket 7 cooler that I broke the center tab off the ZIF socket that holds the cooler on to it. Since this has the 3 hole tab holder, it would work. Keeps the K6-2 550Mhz cool.
Cons: This cooler just fits between the compacitors surrounding the ZIF socket on my MS-5169, so if your needing this for a Socket 7, make sure it will fit.
Overall Review: If it fits my mainboard's socket space, I'm sure it will fit others as well.
Not worth the trouble
Pros: Cheap. Pictures are good quality for everyday use.
Cons: Camera must be a one day disposable. After a day of light use, it went dead. Changed batteries to new Alkaline, but only the green LED will work. No LCD display, flash, PC no longer detects, noda!
Overall Review: You'd be better off with something else. Newegg has decided to refund me instead of exchanging it, which is what I had originally chose. It must be that bad.
Works great with my RS485MKM-A94SL.
Pros: Great price for PC6400 memory. My mainboard had no problems recongnizing it.
Overall Review: My mainboard is an OEM version of the PCPartner RS485MKM-A94S (ATI Xpress 200 + SB600). Mine has only 2 DIMM sockets instead of 4 like the retail, but it works fine with this 2GB stick. Will add another 2GB to max out the RAM to 4GB.
Pros: Cheaper than the other silver stuff. A little goes a long way. Brought my temps down by 13C.
Cons: S&H is high for such a small item. If you push to hard on syringe plunger, the product seems to take a little bit to stop dispensing... Can be messy.
Overall Review: I have an Athlon XP 3000+ that I have tried 3 different HSF units on to get it cool. Presently using a full copper HSF. I could never get it to drop below 56C at idle. Prime95 would stop after only a few minutes, and games frequently crashed. Now with the same copper HSF, and this HS paste, it idles at 39C, Prime95 runs for over 24hrs without stopping, and games no longer crash.
Good for the price
Pros: For the price, this does what it's supposed to. Not high quality, but you wouldn't be paying this cheap of a price.
Cons: No USB cable included. Drivers are supposed to be updatable by running the Lexmark driver update software, but it kept insisting I wasn't connected to the internet, and their driver download site was dog slow.
Pros: Cheap price. Tracks where opticals can't.
Cons: The whole design is not comfortable at all. I have MD, and the way this mouse fits my hand makes it useless. The buttons don't line up with my finger tips. The buttons aren't responsive either.
Overall Review: I have a few cheap optical mice that have a simple 3 button/wheel design like the old 2, & 3 button mice of the early 90's that my crippld hands feel natural handling. Why can't someone make a laser mouse with these simple designs?