Joined on 02/26/18
It's ok a decent 2060
Pros: RTX, not the reference card, with some tweaking comes within spitting distance of the 2070.
Cons: It's loud, and runs hot. I wasn't able to OC it to 2050 boost clock
Overall Review: If you want an RTX card and are on a budget this is your best bet. It's not the best 2060 out there as far as thermals or OC headroom.
Pretty good entry level mechanical keyboard
Pros: RGB, backlit keycaps, ability to change keycaps with any cherry compatible keycap, brown switches.
Cons: Wrist rest support thing is kind of wonky and not very useful. Function keys without backlighting seem like they could fade.
Overall Review: A great keyboard for the price, coming from a plain jane membrane keyboard, this feels a lot better. It took me about a week for my brain to adapt to it. Typing is nicer, once you get used to the travel, and the tactile feedback, you start learning to not bottom out the keys. I got this one because I didn't want loud clicky blue keys, and I'm glad I got this one. The N-rollover feature is also nice as is the software that lets you customize the keys, some people find the calculator button odd, but those of us who work in office settings or deal with numbers find it convenient. Not to mention you can reprogram the button to do something else very easily through software. Speaking of software, I'm glad you don't need it at all to change the color or effects on the keyboard. The lighting is nice, not too bright, but noticeable even in day time. I'd highly recommend this, especially when it's on sale. If you're coming from a membrane keyboard and want a mechanical one, this one is great, no complaints other than the weird wrist support. Not a big deal, I took it off and used a foam one I had instead.
It's good but fragile
Pros: Better than older versions
Cons: No ability to tinker, chip will easily fry itself with an x570 board with anything but stock settings. Too much voltage being sent to vcore. My cpu died in a month with only PBO and auto OC enabled. RMA denied, had to eat the cost of a new CPU. Save your money, there are more stable reliable options out there, that won't fry themselves when you tinker a bit. Paying double for a CPU doesn't seem like a bargain in the end.
Overall Review: I'll go with Intel next time.
Very good fan, love it
Pros: LED is not over done and illuminates the whole fan instead of cheap LED dots at the corners. The performance of the fan is incredible, very quiet, moves a lot of air. I have this on a push pull config on a Gammax 400. This fan is doing the sucking, in a good way. I keep the other one running around 30% this one around 50-60%, no increase in noise that I can pick up, but my CPU temps dropped 10C, which is not insignificant. Before my Ryzen was getting into the 80's it's now pegged at 74 max with full on torture test running for 2 hours.
Overall Review: Good fan, you get what you pay for.