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Lenovo Legion Y27gq-20
3.8
(1)
£439.00
a year ago*
Don't know why this screen didn't get more attention than it received. There are hardly any reviews to find anywhere, which I find strange. Got this Clock Clean gaming monitor with a good TN panel of 0.5ms (GTG and Overdrive). Just like with the rest of the screens, the Overdrive mode works, but gives ghosting, so not to recommend having it turned on. This does not mean that the screen is bad for the response time on Black to White is only 2ms and that is the most important response time. Many competitors have 4ms (BTW). The 165Hz overclock works flawlessly, good colors for being a TN panel and no worries with G-sync. Is there anything to "whine" on then my copy had a little blacklightbleed in the right corner, but extremely little and nothing that bothers. No pixel errors and the build quality is very good. This is also Bezel less so has no thick frame, but only thicker at the bottom. Likes the "simple and modern" design and yet quite slim in thickness compared to the majority of manufacturers. Also has a headset rack built into the side of the screen which is a bonus if you have bad space. Hardly the best place I've seen, but it works. Conclusion: Good - 165Hz - G-sync - TN panels - Response time - Headset rack - Build quality - Design Badly - A little backlightbleed down in the right corner (Don't pull a star for it) - The price
*Edited a year
Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM 120mm
4.6
(7)
£25.95
a year ago*
Very impressed by both air flow and sound level. Drive 8p in my chassis and it keeps an even fine flow. 4pcs sits on my radiator 240mm (push-pull sandwich) and cools the processor without problems. 3 front (push) and 1st rear (pull). Worth mentioning is that it includes an extension cable and adapter that lowers the voltage (rpm) from 2000 rpm to 1700 rpm max and splitter.
*Edited a year
Fractal Design Celsius S24 (2x120mm)
4.3
(10)
£99.99
a year ago*
Cools very good and quiet pump in load. Run it on auto and cool my i9 9900KF without any problems. Located around 30 degrees idle and max 70 degrees in load. Then the processor is also locked to 5 Ghz on all cores. Bought 4pcs Noctua NF A12x25 PWM fans, which replaced the original fans and run them in Sandwich with the radiator in between. Thought the original fans were a little loud and small. Worth mentioning is that there is 2p 4pin already on the radiator, so easy to replace and switch on the fans.
*Edited a year
Asus ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming
3.8
(16)
£191.99
a year ago
Do exactly what it should and have had no problems with this motherboard.
Corsair RM850X V2 850W
4.4
(5)
£123.95
a year ago
No problems at all. Run this power tag to an RTX 2080ti and have plenty of watts over to the rest of the computer. The power supply fan never jumps on when it does not need it. Might as well say it is a passive net tag. No coilwhine is worth mentioning.
Corsair RM850X 850W
4.2
(2)
£115.15
a year ago
Perfect annoyance for those who want a quiet computer. 850w is good enough for my RTX 2080ti and the rest. The fan never jumps on because of the extra watts you have over and no coil whine at all. You could say it is a passive net tag.
Be Quiet! Pure Base 500 (Black)
4.2
(2)
£54.89
a year ago*
Among the best Midtower chassis on the market. Stylish, neat, for those who don't care about RGB and like a quiet chassis. Very easy to build in and is very deep, so basically any air cooler works at altitude. However, if you have a water cooler and want to attach the radiator to the top, it must not be larger than 240, ie 2 120mm fans. If you have a larger radiator you can attach it to the front. Comes with 3 dust filter which is sickly easy to clean. One at the top if you choose to replace the magnetic top panel, the front and the bottom. The dust filter at the bottom is pulled out from the front, without having to turn or turn the chassis. The chassis is soundproof and very quiet. Of course, this depends on what components and fans you have, so everyone may not get as quiet, but difference is. Have had soundproof chassis before and this is so far the best chassis I have owned when it comes to dB levels. There is an HDD cage we front and is easy to remove with just a thumb screw. There are plenty of fan seats. 2x 140mm front el. 3x120mm, 2x140mm in top el. 2st 120mm. 1st 140mm rear electric. 1st 120mm. The chassis comes with 2 140mm fans. For those of you who need SSD storage, there are a total of 4 2.5 locations (without the HDD cage). The power supply and cables can be easily mounted outside the chassis and then fitted. The net tag can also be mounted upside-down and there is plenty of room for you who have a larger ATX spike. For the price, this chassis breathes quality and the building possibilities are great.
*Edited a year