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This review is from: 14'3" to 16'8" Universal Fit Car Cover
Pros: For a universal, this was almost a perfect fit on my Eclipse Spyder. I checked the length before purchasing, and it is right in the middle at just under 15'. This might be TOO tight a fit if you've got a vehicle towards the top end @ 16'+
Cons: Material is super thin, but for the price - that was expected.
*edit* Lasted 2 winters, before a bit of condensation that froze caused the material to shred when removing it. So if you live somewhere it snows much, maybe look at a bit heavier cover. ;)
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 CC-9011034-WLED Silver Steel ATX Cube Computer Case
Pros: Absolutely love this case. Brilliant design from an airflow standpoint. Solid, quality feel to it's construction.* (see 1 exception below)
Cons: -1 egg: The fans included are cheap and obnoxiously LOUD. Be prepared to replace them.
Minor annoyance - 2x 3.5" mounts, and 6x 2.5" mounts, would've been nice if this was more balanced, as I've got 2x 2.5" and 4x 3.5" to place.
* And as others have noted, the 3.5" mounts feel extremely flimsy - go delicate with them.
This review is from: MSI Z97-Gaming 7 LGA 1150 Intel Z97 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Nice looking paperweight.
Cons: Powered down for the night, next morning it wouldn't boot.
Endless cycle of b2/97/10 error codes from the board, which point all over the place with the vague descriptions in the manual. Thankfully I had an old system to test out all the other build parts in and was able to determine it was the mobo.
MSI support was woeful - sent in a detailed description of all the troubleshooting steps I had taken in the days leading up to contacting them, only to have it ignored and was sent very likely a form letter - as it listed "do all the same stuff you've already done". What a waste of time.
Second time I've had a MSI mobo burn out in under 6 months. Thankfully this one died so quickly, I could still RMA to NewEgg. Board was never overclocked, running stock speeds - it simply ate itself. Will avoid MSI at all costs in the future.