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Pros: Great water cooler on my last build (ASUS Maximus Hero VII), BUT
Cons: Not compatible with the new Asus Maximus VIII Hero ( ver 8).
Box states LGA 1151, Newegg states LGA 1151, Corsair Website states LGA 1151.
The mounting bracket will not line up to the holes on the motherboard, this is not LGA 1151 compatible.
Other Thoughts: On my older build, about 18+ months old. This product runs like a dream, does its job!
I replaced the 140mm fans with Cougar fans and it looks great, super quiet, CPU is 35 degrees C at idle, hasn't overheated on me yet.
Docked 1 egg for mislabeled compatibility.
Pros: -Neck Pillow
-Lumbar support pillow
-Both pillows provided with straps
-Adjustability is similar to that of much more expensive chairs
-Tilt forward angle on back is a nice optional feature!
-Ease of Assembly
-I put this together on my lunch hour, overall quite great!
Suits me better than most office chairs ( I am 6'2" ).
Just got it in today, but impressed with the quality, snagged it on sale Thanksgiving week.
Cons: -I'd like a more integral system for the straps, will be a while before I know just how much I like the pillow aspects but very happy to have the options and with straps!
-The upper screws attaching the back to the seat were a little more annoying to get lined up, but it was only about 5 minutes of frustration getting those 2 screws to thread, otherwise a breeze!
-Took the cap off the hydraulic portion, some of it seemed to spill a bit as I put it in, not sure if that is meant to grease around or if I lost some actual hydraulic fluid.
Other Thoughts: -Directions are all in pictures, which were effective but I would appreciate summaries for things like the hydraulic portion
Overall I'm very pleased, though this is day 1 of ownership!
I hope it holds up as well as I think it will. Seems quite sturdy.
Pros: Works great...for a while.
Cons: I've bought around 10 of these for different PC's around the office. THEY HAVE ALL HAD ISSUES. They die at varying lengths of time but they inevitably DIE.
After being less than impressed with OCZ power supplies, you can safely assume I will never purchase another OCZ product again.
What an utter lack of Quality Control this company has.
Other Thoughts: I am a C-level executive / IT Director has built dozens of PCs over the last decade.
Save yourself a headache and go with another manufacturer. I recommend Intel. Used a lot of Intel SSDs to clean up OCZ's mess.