Date Joined: 08/04/05
Overall Review: good kit, has potential. haven't bothered tweaking timings yet, lack of free time. but the ability to drop voltage is a good sign. will update after I get time to play with it.
Pros: It's legit. 4k 120hz freesync etc. Updated fine. Linked to Google home so I can get home from work and just say hey Google turn on my room and lights plus TV turn on. Love that.
Cons: It's unf not una essentially Australian. Doesn't matter as far as I can tell. I'm just using it as a monitor for my PC.
Overall Review: Umm would buy again? Be careful what you agree to when you first turn it in. Lots of 3rd party stuff you might not dig.
Overall Review: I used them to create a custom test bench for one of my computers.
Pros: runs super low wattage, was able to undervolt a ton. whole pc uses as much power as an incandescent bulb. mmm more like half a bulb O.o recently swapped in a fanless psu, the nightjar, and just put a dualy air cooler on it with no fans, doesnt go above 50 degrees celsius under full load.
Overall Review: umm, ideal for light pc use, watching netflix and browser stuff. like it says, got it for my mom. I'm sure it can run some light games, though it won't be used for that.
Pros: I think i covered them mostly.
Cons: none yet ill update if any issues arise
Overall Review: I've ordered multiple of the USB 2.4 GHz wireless keyboards similar to this one, they all had issues, this Bluetooth keyboard is miles better in every way, i could list everything, but just get this one and buy a Bluetooth dongle if your PC doesn't natively support Bluetooth. it works from 5x the distance, it doesn't just cut out or randomly start spamming random mouse clicks like the others and though i couldn't tell from the pictures its smaller and slimmer than the others, so even though the touchpad is on the right side instead of the middle its still easy to type with and i can even game with it to an extent.
Pros: higher quality than I assumed it would be. replaced the spiderweb of chargers i was using.
Pros: Like New, not a scratch, battery seems fit as well.
Pros: Sounds good, i was happy with it so i bought one for home too. You can hit the pair button to boot off other devices. The volume syncs with your phone.
Cons: none yet.
Pros: First time in a long time I've woken up without having to cough something up...
Cons: high setting may be a bit loud, but it noticeably cleared the air after a day.
Pros: sounds great with my liberty lite bluetooth earbuds, good range etc.
Cons: pain in the fundament to get working, but only took me about 10 minutes to figure it out. get the drivers from here http://www.minihere.com/csr8510-csr-4-0-usb-bluetooth-4-0-adapter-driver-download-for-win-xpvista78.html
Pros: I wanted to try mechanical, haven't used one in like 30 years, I'm pleasantly surprised, I opted for black switches because I wanted the feel without the loud feedback. It feels great, and I love the form factor. Exactly what I was looking for.
Cons: none yet, I'll update if i find anything.
Pros: They work, they use the molex connector for power, handy since nothing has used those in like a decade.
Cons: be careful with that cap on the board, I bent mine once, didn't fall off, but it might if you aren't careful.
Overall Review: 1. plug in the molex 2. connect the other end to a fan header using the cable it comes with 3. plug in all the fans.
Pros: picked this up for nearly 30 bucks. competes with other much more elaborate, larger and more expensive heat sinks. I replaced the fan with a maglev corsair zipped tied to it haha though the stock fan was fine and lower profile, really slim. cools as much as my h100i did, never doing aoi again. no point. was easy to install, no complaints, I was slightly hesitant to grab this because of people crying about the difficulty, but no issues with mine except that i had to place it over my mosfets instead of my ram because ram has unnecessary flair. If you didn't play with legos as a child and cant read simple instructions id say go with an aio :P definitely excellent especially for this style of heat sink and low profile.
Cons: There's turbulence when you push 100cfm through it :P but sub50 works fine and still keeps temps locked at room temperature.
Pros: This thing pushes some air! nearly 100 CFM and almost silent, the only noise comes from the turbulence as it pushes air through a radiator or heat sink. the fan itself is silent. I plan on buying 2 more 120's to mod my graphics card.
Cons: it needs magnets to levitate ? and doesn't utilize magic.
Overall Review: I bought one to test it out. I plan on replacing all of my static pressure corsair fans with these. way more CFM better pressure as far as i can tell and it's quieter.
Pros: I now run this in two systems, it's perfect for how efficient hardware is getting. The fan stays off till I game.
Cons: It's too adorable.
Pros: I was specifically looking for a keyboard with this layout, where the arrow keys home pgup etc. take up less real estate, but i still needed a number pad for work. so make sure this layout is something you are also looking for. theres a peculiar placement of one of the keys to the left of the space bar, im not a typist so i dunno if that is a good thing or not. I could use it as a hotkey for something in game. No sticky keys, everything has been flawless buildwise, and i like non mechanical, the noise on mechanical drives me mad. The backlight is only orange and blue but i specifically wanted orange, the blue also looks rly good, its brighter than my previous keyboard and i love the obvious bold lettering my grandma could use. aside from the peculiar \| key my transition to the new keyboard has been a breeze. an edit, oh duh the backslash is commonly used in programming. I made it open my inventory in path of exile.
Cons: I press this button to the left of space bar a lot instead of alt, i'll get used to it.
Overall Review: I was taking a risk with this one since there were no reviews for it, but i'm glad i dropped that whole 30 bucks :P I'm definitely happy with the purchase.
Pros: I was able to "oc" mine to 76 hz over hdmi. the 16 extra fps is surprisingly noticeable because its it's the 60-90 yummy zone. I like the complete cover of the "glass?" on the front makes it super easy to clean. It's convenient that i can hook my headphones into it when i need to. It's kind of amazing how many new features this came with compared to an equivalently priced acer monitor i bought a couple years ago.
Cons: The glass cover causes glare, but I don't let a lot of light into the room anyways.
Pros: oc'ed up to 1400MHz at around 1.2V. Stable on dx11 and dx12 titles, temp caps at mid 70's. Memory oc'ed to 2250MHz(9000MHz) at 1.05V I think I won the silicon lottery with this one. Also the automatic fan control can be overridden with msi afterburner! I also didn't like that it constantly turned off, but it indeed can be changed.
Cons: I may not get as good of a 2nd card when I go crossfire :(
Pros: Charged up and connected to phone np, so many emulators(if not all) work well with it. the whole thing is smaller than I thought it would be, I like it. it's about the size of the nintendos max controller.
Cons: Analogs started out a lil rough but they got better. work surprisingly well for how small they are.