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Vantec Stealth 60mm Double Ball Bearing Silent Case Fan - Model SF6025L
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2 out of 5 eggs Not very quiet 03/23/2011

This review is from: Vantec Stealth 60mm Double Ball Bearing Silent Case Fan - Model SF6025L

Pros: - Fairly cheap
- Adapter for MOLEX is appreciated
- Good packaging

Cons: - Very loud

Other Thoughts: I bought this hoping that it'd be a little on the quiet side, while it's quite the opposite. It's much louder than even my Core I3 CPU fan. If you are looking for quiet, look elsewhere.

SILVERSTONE NT07-1156 90mm CPU Cooler
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggs Fantastic, silent low profile cooler 11/11/2010

This review is from: SILVERSTONE NT07-1156 90mm CPU Cooler

Pros: - Completely silent on low setting (not sure why you'd ever use high?)
- Copper core / overall thing feels very solid
- Moves a lot more air/keeps CPU cooler than stock Intel fan

Cons: - If I had to nitpick on something - the pushpins don't have that sweet spot "click" that you hear with stock Intel fan. That doesn't really make the installation any harder just something I noticed.

Other Thoughts: This little fan is amazing. I have H55N-USB3 Core I3 with Thermaltake Element Q Case so naturally I was limited in my CPU fan selection - anything higher than Intel stock fan wouldn't fit. Also anything wider or longer also wouldn't fit. On the other hand Intel's stock fan was way too loud - not great for an HTPC. I've considered a number of slim fans including Scythe Shuriken, Thermaltake Slim X3(who I had good luck with before), and Dynatron K2. Was a bit worried with this one being able to move enough air on low. As soon as I installed this thing fears went away - watching any MKV file or playing a Bluray disk CPU has yet to get above 40C - and this is in a Mini ATX case with very limited airflow. This product exceeded my expectations by a wide margin.

Logitech diNovo Edge 2-Tone 84 Normal Keys 9 Function Keys Bluetooth Wireless Mini Keyboard
  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: - Looks Fantastic
- Rechargeable
- Volume control is very handy

Cons: - Very big (a lot of space is wasted by borders)
- Very poor build quality (see below)
- Touchpad feels like afterthought, doesn't work too well.

Other Thoughts: I purchased this for use with my HTPC, this thing never saw much serious use. I.e. occasional click on the file here and there, and typing a web address every now and then. Yet after a year and a half it's already falling apart. Spacebar started getting stuck so I took it apart - it appears the plastic assembly inside the spacebar became damaged. The same is true for a few keys other keys.

Touchpad on this keyboard is one of the worst I've ever used. While owning this product it was a constant struggle to use. It's not multi touch so it doesn't support any types of gestures. That leaves the border for scrolling purposes - a job that a circular border doesn't perform very well. In most cases scrolling is too much of a hassle.


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Display Name: Anthony G.

Date Joined: 01/29/04

  • Reviews: 7
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  • First Review: 12/14/08
  • Last Review: 03/23/11
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