That sound!5/11/2016 9:29:24 AM

Pros: The price, I mean, you just can't beat it. As for everything else, so far so good. Scans found no errors on the drive. I confess that I have not put so much as one file on the thing tho I've had it in the rig for a week now.

Cons: During spin-up it sounds like a diesel motor, knocking and rattling. Very unnerving to me personally. Even so, not one error logged since installation and that's comforting.

Overall Review: I gave it a 4 out of 5 simply because of the noise. Functionally it seems perfect. If you are looking for one of these, you've found it. Buy it!

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Best cooler for the price10/26/2013 12:28:55 PM

Pros: I have the EVO. I put a second fan on it so it pulls, pushes the air directly into a cabinet exhaust fan on my HAF X. This thing keeps my system cooler than any heatsink I've ever owned. Big surprise to me.I bought it because my Tuniq 120 Extreme would not fit over the memory on my newly purchased Asus Sabertooth Z77. I was looking into going liquid when I ran across this and figured I'd give it a try just because I knew it would fit, and am glad I did! Honestly the Tuniq didn't work as well as this little power horse does. And it runs nearly silent. Super easy install. I'd highly recommend. Put it in and forget it, that's the kind of components I like to purchase.

Cons: None!

Overall Review: I'm surprised by how many posters here talk about how "big" this thing is. Ir really isn't. It is very compact considering the great job it does. It isn't much bigger than the 120mm fan that is attached to it and my second fan still doesn't make it as big as my Tuniq tower was. Or a lot of other coolers out there today.

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Best I've had11/15/2012 5:25:27 AM

Pros: They do what they say they do. No kinks, great sound, great reception. The phone interface works great. Everything is easy to setup and easy to use.

Cons: Not very flexible in terms of adjusting for comfort. I quickly found that if I wear them with the "over the head" part pushed back near the back of my head, they are much more comfortable and stable. But the big con is that Vizio does not provide drivers to pair the headphones with a PC. One egg off for that.

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