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Pros: Spec is good on paper, You'd expect more overclocking headroom and better TDP with 14nm technology. Stock voltage is somewhat low, A bit less than 1.1V, And stock temperature is reasonable.
Cons: In reality this chip is a disaster. Obviously you are getting it for overclocking, Otherwise a 4.4GHz 6700K is a lot cheaper and faster in most applications, especially games. Even in programs that can actually utilize 12 threads, 6700K is not noticeable slower than this running stock.
Back to topic, It takes average 1.3V to get it stable at 4.2GHz for 24/7 usage (I am going to correct myself again, The worst chip I have took 1.37V to get stable at 4.1GHz and will not do 4.2GHz regardless what voltage) That's a whopping 0.2V over stock voltage. The voltage required to push it to 4.4GHz is just sad, Even if you can keep the temperature in check, Such high voltage will significantly shorten the life span of this processor.
On contrary, 5820K from a couple years ago can overclock to 4.4GHz easily with AIO liquid cooling, Even a 3930K from 4 years ago can do 4.4GHz no problem, And that's 32nm technology. Sure you can argue 6800k is like 4% faster than 5820K clock per clock, But since it overclock worse the extra 4% evens out with slower frequency.
Other Thoughts: In conclusion, You are paying more money to get a chip that is worse than a 2 year old 5820K from the same company, Step up Intel.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Black & Decker 3 Cups Uncooked Yields 6 Cups Cooked, Rice Cooker
Pros: 1. You can't complain about the price.
2. It has one button, Even a single cell organism can figure out how to use this thing.
3. Easy to clean, Nothing sticks.
3. Makes fluffy delicious rice even for Chinese standard
4. The inner pot has lines telling you how much water to put in for how many cups of rice, It also comes with a measuring cup.
5. Perfect size for one person or a small family.
Cons: Died after 4 years. For $20 I paid, I have no complains. On the contrary look at smartphone companies, Selling us smartphones for $700 and died in half the time or blew up on your face!
Other Thoughts: I will either try to fix it myself or buy another one!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: P3 Kill A Watt Electricity Load Meter and Monitor
Pros: While it's working it was okay, Although you need a flash light to see the readings sometimes.
Cons: It definitely can not do 1875VA (15A on 120V) like it claimed, Or even 1650VA (15A on 110V). I was using it to measure a Titan tri SLI system which was barely pulling 1100 and the display broke after that.
Okay so the second one broke last week. It's reading 160V from the outlet...