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This review is from: Klipsch R6m In-Ear Headphones
Pros: Good Sound Quality. I have 2 other over-ear headphones that delivered about the same or worse sound quality than this in-ear headphone.
Work well with all my devices. No problem using the button function to play-fast forward or go back on my Samsung Galaxy Note.
Cons: Not quite sure how to think about this issue. When i plugged into my computer. Sometimes the audio sound very odd, almost like u only hear audio file on one side of the environment (left or right) even when both earphones playing the sound. Had to kinda twisted the jack a bit around to get back the right sound quality.
Other Thoughts: Good earphone, Good price.READ FULL REVIEW
.$90 (after rebate) PSU compare to other competitors.
. Plenty of cables to go around, or remove
.White / Sleek Design, look nice in my NZXT Phantom case.
.So far running perfectly fine powering my 2x Sapphire R9 290 along with Mobo + Cpu Liquid Cooler + more than 10 different fans of all sizes.
.Did i mention this is a steal?
Cons: .Semi Modular: come attached with Mobo + one 6+2(x2) pin + CPU power cable. These are essential. Mobo power cable a bit short, I was able to run the CPU power cable around in a full tower case but barely made it for the Mobo one.
Other Thoughts: Didn't expect this to work so well. I was skeptical when my friend tell me to give this a try. Good thing i manage to get one before they are out of stock.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Powerful and good design. Handled pretty much anything I could throw at it flawlessly.
- Pretty neat color changing base on temperature. Although mine usually stay yellow/green all the time (see cons)
- Card run quiet on idle. Very quiet.
Cons: Hot. Very hot card. Feel like sitting next to an oven so I ended up buying a set of long DVI cables and put the PC across the room in a well ventilation area. The case has almost 7 fans (3 of them are 200mm) running to pull out interior heat. Card sit idle at around 43-46*C which is good. However, as soon as I start playing some high end game, it shot up to around 70 and stay there. So far within the first week, card has gone up to over 80 degree Celsius once (by TriXX measure) and crash the game I'm playing. First time for this to happen so I will continue to monitor this issue.
Other Thoughts: Have a Sapphire Dual-X Radeon HD 7970 3GB 384bits that run very excellent and at lower temperature in my case. Which motivated me to upgrade for this card. So far, the experience is still hanging between positive and negative. Could use other thoughts about the card's high temperature.READ FULL REVIEW