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Cooler Master Seidon 120V - Compact All-In-One CPU Liquid Water Cooling System with 120mm Radiator and Fan
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Bought and installed in March very easily. Died in July. Initiated RMA. Not fun to have to troubleshoot an overheating CPU. After you finish all that you get to install the stock CPU cooler. Yup, it was the CM Seidon 120V that failed. Causing the CPU to see north of 80C

Cons: Dies on you.

Other Thoughts: My case did not allow me access to the bottom of the motherboard. Had to complete remove board to uninstall Seidon and install stock cooler. Ultra bad. I blame Canada.

Western Digital AV-GP WD20EURS 2TB 64MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Have had this thing in a home theatre library working 24/7 for over a year. No issues. Excellent drive for the price. Plenty of space and speed for 1080p movies and TV. Formats to 1.81TB in Windows. Not bad at all.

Cons: none.

Other Thoughts: 4TB is now available but 2TB is where the sweet price point is currently.

Corsair Neutron Series 2.5
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: When it worked, it was fast.

Cons: Crpped out and won't turn on at all after one measly power outage. No other hardware failed, just the SSD. This Neutron SSD had my OS and all my applications on it, so thankfully not much was lost. Then again, this is supposed to be a reliable SSD, and you pay a premium. Obviously not worth that at all. My research indicates Intel SSD is more reliable these days. Corsair seems to have gone majorly downhill here. Forums are cluttered with Corsair SSDs that have failed after power outage. Buyer beware!

Other Thoughts: Going to try for a warranty claim since this has 5 years and the drive was purchased in 2013. Did I forget to mention that? The drive is less than a year old and failed after one measly power outage (no other hardware affected all over the house in multiple other pcs/electronics)


James J.'s Profile

Display Name: James J.

Date Joined: 05/01/05

  • Reviews: 17
  • Helpfulness: 9
  • First Review: 03/12/07
  • Last Review: 08/01/14
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