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Pros: Well Seagate used to be really good.
Cons: The first one of these took data with it when it died. I sent it in for data recovery, and the heads scraped a part of the plater that removed all chance of any recovery.
Seagate didn't want to honor any warrantee. First it was that a qualified operation had the nerve to open the drive. Then since new egg sold me the drive it "had no warrantee." Then did replace the defective drive, and sent me a "cert repaired" replacement.
Today it failed. What is the problem? The clicking sound that the first one had.
Other Thoughts: I might be forced to go back to IBM drives like I used with SCSI. They are noisy, and expensive. (HGST I think they are called now) My old SCSI drives from IBM are still functional. More than I can say for two of Seagate's drives.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great card, solid. I'm used to Ati, so I was a little worried about the purchase. My biggest feature used is multi-display support. (eyefinity)
Cons: I also wish it had about double the memory as well. That said the card does exactly what I expect. I would have been happier if they used all display port, or mini display port instead of the DVI-I, and DVI-D ports.
Other Thoughts: I recommend the Accell active display port adapters. They are the best imo. I also acknowledge that others would not share my opinion regarding the use of adapters.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
Cons: None. None. None.
Other Thoughts: I have quite a few of these spread across many systems, and they work great. The last drives I had like this were the seagate 250GB drives. I'm sad to see these go.READ FULL REVIEW