Right now, I am facing a couple of problems. For one thing, I got a communications essay due on Friday. This assignment is for a course that all engineering students here at the University of Calgary is forced to take. Secondly, I have to finish this review by Thursday night as well, which, if you are reading this article right now, is probably some time in the past already. You know, it is Tuesday as I am writing this introductory paragraph. With that in mind, allow me to have some time to rant. The thing is, I don`t see a reason why I need to take that course -- my English is just fine the way it is. As Ralph Wiggum would have said, Me fail grammar? That`s unpossible! But regardless of how unpossible it is for me to fail grammar (My editors tend to disagree), there are two certainties of life: One is death, and the other is taxes. If taxes are a burden to you, sometimes, we just need to reduce spending on things we want, but are not necessarily needs. A couple of weeks ago, we have taken a look at the Thermaltake SMART 730W power supply. The SMART series is a value oriented line of PSUs designed to be not only budget friendly, but also eco-friendly. But the thing is, not everyone needs 730W. To cater to those who only need a power supply that delivers a moderate amount of juice, what we have here at APH Networks this morning is the 630W version in the same product line. With an extra rated 30W and $5 cheaper than the PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 600W after mail in rebate at press time, how does it step up? Read on to find out!"
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