Joined on 01/04/04
Pros: Best non-SSD Makes a lil spool-up noise when waking (yes, I do like it)
Cons: Produces more heat than other conventional drives Makes muffled old-school nut-grinder noises when accessing data (not silent)
Overall Review: Faster, and smaller format than other conventional HDDs It's the last (and the peak) of the spinny's.
I got a great deal, so I'm happy
Pros: Works fine. BIOS was easy to update within built-in utility
Cons: Have not been able to get my RAM (G.Skill Trident X 2400MHz @ CAS 10) to run at rated speed or even close to it, just 1600MHz @ CAS 10. Will update review after I sort it out.
Overall Review: A6300 A58M-A/USB3 Trident X 2400 MHz CAS 10 2x4GB 550 Ti Tt 700W Mounted to the wall.
Now that's a case!
Pros: This thing is HUGE!!! I love how this monster steals all kinds of attention in the game room. There's plenty of places to mount 120mm fans, to keep it nice and windy. I was pretty happy with the general setup, as it provided lots of room to work around in.
Cons: I stuck 120mm fans in each available mounting location. Very loud. Also, pay attention to the dimensions... it might not fit where you think it might. Seriously.
Overall Review: Using a nice fan-controller to slow some of your fans down can cut out a lot of noise that this case WILL create.
Pros: Excellent cooler, probably the very best air-cooler for VGA adapter.
Cons: Some complain about the stickie pads for the passive memory cooling... just make sure you user the stickIER side to make contact, and slowly tighten all screws one-by-one over and over (withoutght going too tight) until everything is snug.
Overall Review: I also have the Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro, probaly the best air-cooler for your beefy 939 ;-)