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This review is from: Reeven JUSTICE CPU cooler, 120mm fan with 6 heatpipes, INTEL/AMD
Pros: It's pretty massive, however, even with RAM with heatspreaders, the memory generally can be installed into their respective sockets without removing the fan. It has good clearance. If you're ram has crazy (and pointlessly) tall spreaders then you might run into an issue, but I doubt it.
Keeps the Pentium G3258 at stock clocks ICE COLD, the cooler is literally cold to the touch while the processor is under load, Overclocking the chip is not an issue on Air at all with this beast. Probably getting another 120mm fan from them to install with the provided additional fan clips for a push+pull config. It gets you a degree or more, nothing major, but every degree counts when OCing a chip.
Cons: Nothing that I am aware of. Installation is a bit tedious. The only thing I can think of is that I didn't have a screwdriver with a 160mm length handy to install the retention screws (which wonderfully pass directly through the tall heat sink). I had to use the supplied micro wrench. It took me a while to secure the HS but, who cares. Might be kinda tough for people with big hands (like me). Otherwise, installation was almost stupid simple.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 970 4GB
Pros: When it worked it was awesome... But for a card I bout in 2015 to die just a year later, not much good to say.
Cons: The board would exceed it's thermal capacity after only a year's use. Thus, under load (of any kind of 3D application) it would gradually build heat and the core temp climbs until my system blue screens. Doesn't matter if I have the Fans at 100% or not. This is in a well ventilated Thermaltake Matx Cube, 240 MM fan in the front, the card has full access to a filtered grill and airflow is excellent throughout the case. All other temps are flawless and low under load.
The main issue here is that I contacted Warranty support, that was over a week ago. I got a confirmation email for an RMA process, and I have emailed them twice now with no further response. I have called 4 times and it continues to go straight to Voice Mail. I have heard nothing. I love this company, but if this is the way they treat their customers... I will not buy from them again. I had issues with getting warranty support for a GTX 550Ti in the past (ultimately they didn't help me). Now on a 970...
Ticket number: INL 91868891
Other Thoughts: [#INO-918-68891]: GTX 970 crashing . bluescreen on load
Krell S <email@example.com>
AttachmentsJun 9 (5 days ago)
I apologize for the inconvenience our product has caused. I will now endorse your issue for RMA. Please wait for an update regarding your RMA details.
ZOTAC Technical Support
Ticket ID: INO-918-68891
If you have an upgrade program I would be interested in that as well seeing a...
Jun 9 (5 days ago)
Justin Kerber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
12:10 pm (4 days ago)
What is the status on this RMA?
This review is from: New Pyle Pasw15 15" 800W Subwoofer Sub System 800 Watt Pasw15
Pros: It's a 15" sub for less than a hundred bucks! Is there anything else I even need to say?
It works fine, its an accompaniment to my Infinity 15" sub powered by a Bob Carver Sunfire Amp. I just wish I had a spare Sunfire Amp for this... It being driven off an old Sony Receiver (sorta okay) after the Pyle 1000 watt amp I bought with this sub failed to push ... well, anything.
Awesome sub for the price, utterly unbeatable. Most Home Theater 15" Subs are what? A cool grand? I just need a better amp and I will be golden.
Cons: The corner brackets tend to scrape the floor when this is dragged, might want to do what I did, get some plastic / rubber feet and drill them into each corner.
Other than that, how can I say anything bad about this?