The other thing to do with NewEgg reviews is look at the worst ones and actually read what they are complaining about. More often than not it's stuff that has little to do with the product (things like problems with shipping or bought the wrong thing or got a DOA part and now they have to RMA or "it doesn't overclock as much as some dood on some forum said it should"...)
I would discount those type of negative reviews and only consider reviews that talk about actual flaws in the product itself. Even then, consider whether they are describing an actual flaw or a user misunderstanding.
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