Published on 13th September 2011 by
Originally Posted by AdnoctumThere is more to a fan's quality than volume. Often the motors or blades give off annoying buzzes or drones or hums that a meter just won't measure.
Which is why I am satisfied with the subjective evaluation given in each PSU entry. If the fan or component noise is note worthy, it is mentioned and given some analysis (what kind of noise and under what circumstances).
There have been a distinct lack of reviews of PSU and mechanical HDDs over the last couple of years (all over, not just at BT), and I have really felt this lack of hard numbers with HDDs. HDD speeds can vary quite a bit depending on capacity, number of platters and even which part of the platters are used.
I recently had to buy a new DVD-RW for my media PC, my first DVD purchase in over two years.
Originally Posted by longweightI think the conclusion is important, I don't want to read through each individual review to find something that might suit my needs. I thought it was a badly laid out and not very clear article.
Originally Posted by trigi guess everyone is entitled to their opinion...
if i wrote articles, i wouldn't care about a small percentage of lazy readers that think they are professional news editors and know how a "well laid out" article is supposed to look and/or want their hand held. the purpose was information, and the best way to get that information is to read the article.
most posts i've seen by you have for the most part been fairly helpful, so a little surprised at your attitude towards the article...but hey, we all have our days
Originally Posted by longweightSorry to have lowered your opinion of me!
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