Date Joined: 05/28/11
Pros: works without issue
Cons: a little more expensive than other brands, but worth the premium
Overall Review: I usually buy the cheapest 80+ Bronze name brand PSU that meets my power requirements, and so far I've liked this Seasonic the most. It worked right out of the box, the connectors fit well, it's quiet, and it runs cool. It's also heavier than other 600W PSU's I've purchased, which I subjectively equate with better quality. Seasonic seems to generally have a good reputation online.
Overall Review: I've never had a problem with a Western Digital drive, and this was no exception. Very happy with this product.
Overall Review: I used this to clone my 128 GB M.2 SSD onto a 1 TB M.2 SSD. This little enclosure worked great and came with 2 types of cables, a tiny screwdriver, and a thermal pad. Build quality feels good. Very happy with this product.
Pros: - installed easily and works perfectly
Cons: - none
Overall Review: I used the Crucial website to identify the correct RAM for my prebuilt PC, this RAM stick works great in my application. Noticeable improvement from 8GB single channel to 16GB dual channel.
Pros: - great price
- the modular cables are well thought out and each cable includes 2 types of connectors for easier cable management
- 5 year warranty
- very quiet
Cons: - about 2 pounds lighter than my Corsair CV650
Overall Review: Worked without any issue out of the box, very happy so far.
Pros: only needs a 350 watt PSU
strong enough to play games smoothly at a 1080P, high graphics, and 60 FPS
a great upgrade for a pre-built PC
Cons: fans are loud when they spin up tp max, but that would only happen occasionally, and that stopped happening once I added a front fan to the PC case
Overall Review: this card provides a great gaming experience and won't break the bank
Pros: a little shorter in length than most ATX power supplies
Overall Review: a good no-frill PSU from a reputable company