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This review is from: TREND MICRO Antivirus 2015 1 User 1 Year - Download
Pros: product was cheap, and easy to install
Cons: Never once found any threats on scan, nor suspended computer activity to tell me of a threat.
Other Thoughts: I found 2 trojans, using other software, while still using Trend Micro.
Also want to mention that I had to uninstall "malwarebytes" to allow Trend Micro to Run... what a hassle and sad Program...
This review is from: EVGA GeForce GTX 980 04G-P4-2980-KR 4GB GAMING, Silent Cooling Graphics Card
Pros: ASIC 79.9%
Stable clock of 1581 on stock volts @74 degrees for over an hour
Running at 1540 clock for everyday uses.
Holds well for 1440p @ 110hz.
Cons: EVGA warranty isn't as amazing as other manufacturers, and this card has only 4 power phases, where other cards have 6 power phases.
The announcement of an 8 GB VRAM version came only a couple months after this released; would have been nice to know that was on the horizon
Other Thoughts: Nvidia drivers, from my experience, are much easier to deal with concerning other programs/mods/drivers, and thats always a plus!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NZXT CB-LED20-BU Sleeved LED Kit - Blue, 2 m
Pros: Reminds me of a quote from a mens hair club commercial:
"80% of feeling good, is looking good."
Cons: The backplate is gaudy, but very nice for most peeps I'm sure.
Other Thoughts: I didn't use the backplate. Always best to leave as much open air in a case as possible, for airflow, and future development so I found my inner Martha Stewart (did he just say Martha Stewart on Newegg?!) and got to work...
Very easy to unscrew the chipset from the slot adapter. I wrapped some of the chip in electrical tape, then tucked it away behind the hard drives. With some quick artistry of measured cardboard, and some silencing foam to keep it looking elegant, I simply slip out a hard drive to access the controls.