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This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS9500A-LED 92mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
Pros: This looks beautiful inside my Blackhawk cases, the copper and blue lighting is just eye catching. Definitely worth the $40 it was, and it'll be $30 after my rebate. It drops the temperature significantly and is SUPER QUIET.
Cons: None yet, just be careful if you're using an AMD processor with the stock heatsink. The old paste is utter garbage, as anyone knows, and pulls out the processor with the heatsink entirely. I had to use a shoelace to tie around the processor and yank it off because the stock paste and heatsink were terrible. I had to straighten back a few pins, but now it's back at 100% usage!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've had this for over a month now and the speeds for SATA III are superb if you don't want a SSD. I got it on sale for $80, and that's a great price considering the high demand and low quantity because of the flooding.
Cons: None yet, no problems and the diagnostics showed no problems at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a fantastic monitor, looks great with all of my modern games at 1080p. It's super thin and very sleek looking with the glossy finish. Just make sure you turn down the brightness from the default, which is max, unless you want a tan from the LED backlight.
Cons: None this far, flawless as always, Samsung.
Other Thoughts: I love all of Samsung's SyncMaster monitors, never had a problem once. I would gladly purchase more of these monitors for eyefinity. Only downside is there was no HDMI output on the monitor, but I was fully aware of that when purchasing it, so I just use a DVI to HDMI converter. Couldn't go wrong when getting it for $150 on sale.READ FULL REVIEW