Shame it was only a 5% (if that) performance improvement over devil's canyon, but no complains, upgraded from a AM3+ FX8350...
4 Years later, the pump itself finally starting to get a little bit noisy (emitting a sound with high frequency, similar to coil whine)... It's a real nice piece of kit for it's price really, my H60 is on it's 4th year of service :3~
This thing have a secondary function: my radiator on cold days... Clock rate stays at 1080 MHz sometimes even under 0% load...
It's pretty nice, sitting comfortably between GTX 970/980 in terms of performance and price, pretty decent.
MSI's shroud design remains aesthetically dominant over the other manufacturers, but this shroud design is a little heavy, and that causes it to sag a little more compared to ASUS/Sapphire's shrouds.
Well, the interior is exactly the same as the H440, without the noise dampening... To be honest H440 wins every comparable aspect. If you are not a materialistic shallow human being like I am, grab a H440.
I'm ok with sitting next to a helicopter, when the helicopter itself looks dank, hence I gave it 5 stars in my review :3~ You know that they say, Bold is Back...
First unit was working, 7 month later it went boom (http://i.imgur.com/TYXcxl4.gifv), my guess is one of the capacitor went kinda dead, then later on it became unable to handle high power draws and causes system crashes. Since it was under warranty, I sent it through RMA.
Pros: It's actually really quiet, to be expected of a 80+ Pt rated PSU to be honest. No idea how this unit can be sold at this price as a 800W Pt rated unit, guess it has a tendency of going boom.
Cons: REALLY REALLY REALLY stiff cables. It gives you the feeling of wrestling a crocodile while trying to connect the 24pin mobo plug.
LED is really bright, air flow is great, can deliver air 40cm away under 12v.
Fairly loud though, when 12v supplied to the fan, just like most fans on the market.
Either I have REALLY dusty room, or dusts are very attractive towards this model's fan blade. Rest of the case/components gets very little dust, only the fan blades ends up like Sahara desert in 2 months.
Omg I found it on the part list! Glorious Hue+ nolonger have to be a "Custom Part"
You have full control over the lighting with the CAM software, each strips have 10 LEDs, you can literally customize every single LED node, not to mention NZXT's super sexy rainbow spectrum mode..!
It also adds a lot of spare cables inside of your case... (1x USB, 1x molex, 2x flat cables for LED strips)
To some extend the 16.8 million colour is a myth, you literally can't tell the difference in some of the hue/gamma difference due to human eye biological limitations.
But if you just want static colour lighting in your case then why would you spend £20 over some BitFenix Alchemy strips?
Pretty good 1440p monitor for it's price, some reviews saying how it has light bleeds around the corners, I didn't have that issue.
Have 2 HDMI ports but no Displayport, I had to order a Displayport-to-HDMI adaptor that supports 4K resolution to get the second monitor working at 1440p. Thin bezel makes it very well suited for multi-monitor set ups.
It also gets a bit hot.
Running 1440p with only 24" means you need to be closer to the monitor than normal, kinda...
Quite durable, cleaning process isn't that hard, I personally recommend Ducky for mechanical keyboards.
You know that head/ear-ache you get when you switch to a different headset/headphone? Doesn't happen with this one, VOID is actually really comfy.
Sound quality is pretty good I suppose, no active sound feedback might be weird for someone like me who had a active sound feedback headset...