Joined on 10/14/11
QUALITY WITH A BRONZE RATING
Pros: Works as advertised. EVGA quality. Worth the money.
Overall Review: I like semi modular PSU's as they usually come with the connectors that are used. It eliminates one plug in. I would rather spend a few more dollars and have a PSU that will not take out a system. After reading online reviews about EVGA products I have found them to be a real value for the price. People who buy CHEAP PSU's usually pay for it in the end. You cannot buy a quality 600w PSU for $30. The PSU is the heart of the system. Read reviews on sites such as johnnyguru and then make a wise decision. Spend a few dollars now will save money in the end.
Pros: Like new. I added 16 gb GSkill 1600 Aegis ram, A256 gb ssd I had laying around, Zotac GT1030 video card. There is very little bloat ware. W7 was easily activated. No issues with setup and this is a very fast desktop.
Overall Review: This is a fast pc out of the box and is worth the price.
Pros: Adaptable for different builds. This is the second case I bought and am keeping for a future build.
Overall Review: I have 2 3.5 bays in front and 3.0 usb ports. The 5.25 bays are occupied by a Blu Ray and 2 hot swap bays. I have added fans and am using a large cpu cooler with a 120mm fans No cooling problems. Clearance is good for atx mobo. Careful assembly will result in a great build in a more classic design.
G SKILL IS THE BEST
Pros: Run at 1600mh when installed.
Overall Review: I am using this ram in a M79 Lenono sff refurb that ran great. It runs quicker and smoother. I needed low profile ram and this fit the bill. If you ever purchase a refurb pc do yourself a favour and replace the thermal paste on the heatsink.
Pros: Quality and size.
Overall Review: I am using this psu in a Lenovo sff. It is shorter than most tfx models adding extra room for cables. This psu has active PFC. No little red switch. I will not buy any psu that does not have active PFC. I do not worry if I forget to shut down my pc.