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Mushkin Enhanced Ventura Pro 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model MKNUFDVP64GB
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: using ntfs
windows shows a write speed hovering around 95-100MB/s when writing a 3GB file and peaked at 120MB/s, when reading the same large file and writing it to my ssd windows shows 185-200MB/s. crystal disk mark says 70-80MB/s sequential write and 170-180MB/s read

the drive isn't over sized and looks nicer than a normal plastic flash drive

Cons: has a normal cap, so if you put a lanyard or something on the back you can't put the cap on

SILVERSTONE RAVEN Series RV03B-WA Matte Black with Gray Trimming, Steel / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Easy to use magnetic fan filters for the bottom intakes
Quiet, the two AP181 (180mm intakes) are very quiet on low speed through the integrated fan controller, the top exhaust fan is good, it's like a small step down from the scythe slipstream 12 but it's not really audible
Good airflow
Good window
Mounting holes for a harddrive cooling fan on the side panel
Big, but not stupid big, and it looks really good (subjective)

Cons: The four rod things that screw into the back to mount the harddrives aren't quite perfect, you could accidentally loosen them from the case and make it difficult to get the hdd mount out. Also another reviewer stated the side hdd mounts aren't secure, but they are quite secure.
If you keep this next to your on your desk, you're gonna hear your power supply, not really a terribly nuisance but my psu whines a bit sometimes (Corsair HX750)

It is literally impossible to touch the side panel without permanently ruining, this is my first build in 5 years and my first case with a side panel and I really didn't expect it to be this bad. I tried to remove some fingerprints with a good quality microfiber cloth and it's just completely covered in visible scratches where I tried cleaning it

Other Thoughts: No plastic parts were broken on mine
Really wish case makers used something like gorilla glass, or at least a plastic that doesn't scratch if you look at it funny
Cable management is kind of compromised by installing harddrives on the back, and it's not really simple cable management like normal big cases, but you can still make something half decent looking, unless you have a ton of accessories to plugin, then you'll have a mess on one side
Right angled sata cable plugs aren't that great to use for the rear mounted harddrives, I suggest picking up some 20" or 24" straight sata cables
The front fan brackets don't work with the h100i that well, you might be able to get one bracket on and mount it, also if you put a h100i in the front you can't use any of the 5.25" bays, however a good alternative is just to drop the radiator on top of the 180mm intakes, it reduces airflow but won't affect temps notably. I have an h110 sitting on top of the intakes now and they pretty much completely covers both of them, gpu temp hasn't changed and motherboard is unaffected

overall it's quite nice and it's my favorite case, and I plan to use it for one more build which for me means it'll probably be used for almost 10 years. I just need to do something about that side panel, maybe.

bgears b-Blaster 120 120mm Case Fan
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  • neweggOwned For: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggs good high end fan 12/13/2012

This review is from: bgears b-Blaster 120 120mm Case Fan

Pros: very high cfm for moderate noise
good price
ball bearings
separate molex connector

Cons: none really

Other Thoughts: a fan controller is a must have if you want to run a lot of these and don't want a ton of noise


Jeremy S.'s Profile

Display Name: Jeremy S.

Date Joined: 12/30/08

  • Reviews: 5
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  • First Review: 11/21/12
  • Last Review: 12/01/13
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