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Pros: The MegaFlow 200 is quiet, and has lots of air flow, and fits in any 200mm case fan slot, unlike a lot of other 200mm fans.
Cons: I already own a MegaFlow 200, it came with my HAF 940 case, and it is still working perfectly, but the red one I bought on Newegg started making an intermittent rattle sound, it comes and goes about every 5 minutes, but has been getting worse and worse. When I watch the fan, I can tell it’s changing speeds, so I would guess the bearing is going bad. The only solution I have found is to disconnect the fan… The worse part is, this issue didn't start until right after my warranty expired, so i'll have to purchase another fan.
Other Thoughts: I bought this fan to give me extra air flow, since the HAF-940 only comes with 1 top 200mm fan.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great colors: Beautiful, vivid, and accurate, excellent RBG range, and good latency. I didn't see much of a difference going from 1ms TN to this monitor (4ms) This monitor can do it all, very well: Movies, Games, Pictures, Photoshop etc...
Cons: Dead pixel. It just annoys the heck out of me to see a black spot on the screen that won't go away, and takes away from the beauty of the screen, and it's wonderful colors.
The controls are tough to use, it took me a while to adjust the Saturation; which is way too high...
Other Thoughts: Works just fine on Windows 10 X64 10586
Using a HD 7950 latest driver 16.4.2.
No black outs, or power shorts, that others have described with W10.
Cons: I preordered this ram for 173$, because I was looking for the best ram to go with my Z170 Fatal1ty professional gaming mobo, and 6700K CPU. It failed both XMP settings, I tried lowing the speed 400MHZ and still got blue screens, The ram works fine with the JDEC settings, which are a snail's pace 2122MHZ with a Cas latency of 16 nearly half the advertised speed...
Putting the ram in Slot 2 and 4 didn't help either, same story after I updated the BIOS to the newest version (P1.5)
Other Thoughts: My mobo is rated at 3866+ ram speeds, and I even consulted with a so called Tech advisor through the newegg chat, so I could avoid issues like this, but that was obviously fruitless.
I could of ordered something for less then half the price, and ended up with the same performance.