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This review is from: CyberPower CPS1215RM Basic 1U 15 Feet Power Distribution Unit
Pros: Great product for the price, the unit has a switch on the front, very convenient.
Cons: The only con I have is the plugs could be a little wider spaced but given the unit is meant for a rack, I didn't take an egg off.
Other Thoughts: Serves it's purpose, decent price when on sale.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Noctua NH-L12 120mm & 92mm SSO Bearing PWM Fans CPU Cooler
Pros: Great cooler for the price and amazing build quality.
Brings temps on a i7 860 @ 2.8GHz down to almost 25c at idle and never goes above 55c at full load.
It's low profile and is great for long depth servers, plenty of room at top.
Cons: The only real con I have with this cooler is it takes up more horizontal space in a case. Making it not as ideal for short depth server cases, but I won't hold it against Noctua, this cooler isn't really meant for my use case, but it works flawlessly.
Other Thoughts: Bought this cooler to replace the aged and frankly not up to par stock cooler from Intel. I replaced the stock intel cooler with this NH-L12 and cut my temps by almost 75%. I installed this in a 3U server case, on a i7 860 and was almost able to overclock it a bit, but I don't want to push it. I would go with this cooler again!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3U, supports standard ATX PSU, Micro ATX MOBO and full height cards.
I really like the 5.25" slots, they allow for front Hot Swap bays, though behind them might be tight with the PSU.
Cons: Tight fit with 3.5" drives, can fit 2-3 comfortably, but not idle for air flow given that two of the drives will block the 120mm fan, though there's a 80mm fan next to it.
Though this isn't a biggy, it support a ATX PSU, the bracket at the front pre-installed won't hold one on place and you'll have to remove it to fit one. No biggy in the grand scheme but would be nice for added support.
Other Thoughts: I really like the 5.25" slots, they allow for front Hot Swap bays, though behind them might be tight with the PSU. I would go with this configuration unless you plan on using 2,5" drives as there is limited space in the case for the drives.READ FULL REVIEW