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This review is from: Corsair Gaming VOID USB RGB Gaming Headset - White
Pros: -Great sound
-Construction feels really solid, way more so than my 4 Razer headsets before this
-My whole ear fits inside the ear cups, making this headset extremely comfortable to wear for long sessions
-Info mic feature is a nice addition
Cons: -Sidetone is inaudible unless I literally put the mic in my mouth and yell. In CUE, I have sidetone volume maxed, but if you go into sidetone settings in windows it is capped at 25%. You can move the slider to 100, and it immediately snaps back to 25. This was obviously limited on purpose, but for what reason, I don't know.
-I can't find this problem elsewhere, so I might have just gotten a lemon, but my unit keeps rebooting every 20-45 minutes. This is unacceptable for games like Paragon where you lose sound completely if you change playback devices mid-match, leaving me to play the rest of a game that may last as long as an hour in complete silence and an inability to communicate with my team.
Other Thoughts: -Its possible my rebooting issue is caused by just a lemon, but its worth noting that because I'm gaming on a Razer Blade laptop, which requires Razer Synapse to be running otherwise the RGB keyboard will go into demo mode which is constantly cycling ROYGBIV colors, which I find incredibly distracting. It could be possible that Synapse and CUE aren't playing nice with each other, but according to forum posts, that hasn't been an issue in about a year.
-If this headset would stop rebooting all the time, I would give it 5 stars, since sidetone isn't really that big of an issue to me, but it would be nice if the advertised features actually worked.
This review is from: EVGA 100-FS-C901-KR 92mm Sleeve mITX ACX CPU Cooler, Direct Touch 4 Heat Pipe
Pros: Black... running prime 95 for a short time (long enough to just watch that the temp was steady for about 5 minutes), it didn't go over 40C and that is exaggerating. It was sitting at more like 36 +/-1C, so at least it does what it should.
Cons: Just installed this and I have to say, I wasn't impressed with the quality.
First off, the fan clips are a pain, and if you have to take the fan on and off a bunch of times (you have to if you install your RAM so that you can reach two of the push connectors to attach it to the motherboard) you're going to wind up with bloody fingers and most likely mess up that all black paint job. I took it off 3 times and the edges where it clips over are showing a bit of silver.
The bottom contact that contacts the CPU had a groove in it about 1/4" further than it should have, from the curvature of the heat pipes. That means that about a 0.5 x 5mm area of my CPU will not be in direct contact with the heat sink, so I made sure to compensate with arctic silver. Contact was not as smooth as others I have used. Usually it's like a nice copper mirror you can see yourself in, this was not the case here.
For a 92 mm fan, the heat sink is still pretty tall, and it almost didn't clear the side fan on my case, so check the dimensions and your case if you consider this.
The fan is incredibly loud, and I have case fans that are utterly silent, so this fan basically ruins my nice quiet rig. I essentially have to use headphones when gaming now, especially if it hits around 70% duty cycle and higher on auto mode.
When mounted so that it pulls air from front to the rear exhaust fan, the printed EVGA on the top is upside down. If EVGA would have tested this at all, they would have realized that. Now I get to look at it through my side panel upside down, and it makes me mad.
Other Thoughts: I will definitely be finding a replacement fan.
I expected better quality from EVGA, then again I don't know what I was thinking buying a CPU cooler from them.
Pros: Really wanted a green and black case, all black aluminum top/bottom/back/sides, looks great, everything fit... but barely (see below). The front green spiral looks cool through the perforated front panel. Two thirds of the top and bottom of the case are also perforated, and it looks like there is room for even another intake fan at the bottom, by the PSU.
Cons: 1-Side fan is LOUD. I can't comment on the other case fans, as I removed them right away to put in my silent black and orange cougar fans that really are silent, so this entirely defeats the purpose.
2-Again, side fan. It also makes fitting your aftermarket fan and heatsink in the case. I had to go from a 120 mm to a 92 mm fan and that still just barely (~2mm) clears the fan. If the fan ever begins to wobble, I'm sure it will hit it and there goes the fan blades (which feel very flimsy already).
3- I personally don't like the way the front 3-bar lights look along the sides about halfway up. One is on always (power) and the other flickers (hdd). It makes the case look off balanced IMO, and because one is flickering, it makes the two look like different shades of green.
4-I don't like the placement of the power and reset buttons, but now I'm just being picky.
5-PCI slot covers are NOT replaceable. you must bend and break the aluminum to remove them, so be careful when you go to remove them that you remove the right one, and make sure you don't accidentally grab the case in such a way that your finger goes through one, because it will break off when you try to bend it back.
Other Thoughts: The only reason I don't remove the side fan is because it is the primary source of lighting for the case, and I bought it because I wanted a green glow. Eventually, I might take it out and just get a green LED bar or cathode or something.
For the front 3 bar lights, I might take the HDD light and splice it with the power light, so that they are both on.
Overall, given the limited selection of black and green cases, and the price point, I still think that this case is worth it. You can always remove the fan like I said, and wire the power and HDD LEDs together, and you're left with a case that is pretty awesome looking, especially for $60