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This review is from: SONY iPod Dock/Clock Compatible w/ most iPods, iPhones ICFC05IPBLK
Pros: Can shut off back light completely. Daylight savings quick switch button. Works. Small.
Cons: With my case my iPhone can sometimes not engage for charge. Only one alarm. Basic fm radio stations.
Other Thoughts: I just wanted something small that would be a good alarm clock and charge my phone. Works great!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Recieved this card when my XFX PVT98GYDLU GeForce 9800 GT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP SLI card failed on me after 2 years.
My nvidia card died and I set up a support ticket on the xfx website not sure what to expect given past reviews of xfx support. I did register my card when I first bought it - this insures the warranty (not sure if the lifetime warrenty is offered on this card though). Turn around on the online support tickets are around 24hrs on business days. 2 response/replies and I got the go ahead for the RMA - yes I had to pay shipping - but my card was dead so $10 is not that big of a deal. 5 business days there - 3 business days to test and replace (they can send an ati card in lieu of an nvidia or vice verca - I asked for an ati) - and 5 more days to come back (so your looking at 3 weeks give or take a couple of days turn around). The time is a little long but rather than being stuck with a broken card - I got a new one! XFX was true to their word!
Cons: I did have some issues getting this set up as I have never owned an ATI card before and have to run my system memory at 1333MHz to keep everything stable (the 5 eggs are really for the xfx support that I received). I would give the card 3 eggs as it does not offer crossfire support (but given that it was a replacement for an SLI card that I did not plan on running in SLI - can't complain too much - but would have been nice to have crossfire).
If you are switching from nvidia make sure you uninstall EVERYTHING nvidia - and keep your updates current for Win7. I did have multiple crashes due to system instablity running at 1600MHz - I dropped my DDR3 memory to 1333MHz and increased the voltage manually to 1.6v and have been running smoothly ever since (sucks that I can't get the full 1600MHz out of my memory but not really seeing a performance decrease)
Other Thoughts: Just wanted to give you fellow newegger's more insight on the return process for XFX - it's not fast service but it's solid. The more you know right?
AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Deneb 3.2GHz
ASUS Crosshair III Formula AM3 AMD 790FX ATX AMD
COOLMAX CXI-600B 600W ATX12V ATX 12V v2.2 SLI Cert
G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (running at 1333)
XFX HD5670 775M 512MB DDR5 DP HDMI DVI PCI-E: HD-567X-YNF3
1920x1200 LCD resolution - WOW max (~30fps), SC2 ultra (~20fps)
Windows 7 64-bit
This review is from: IOGEAR GCS1102 2-Port DVI KVMP Switch w/ Cables
Pros: Sturdy construction. Pretty good quality cables - good for connecting 2 computers at a single desk (you aren't going to connect across a room with these). Keyboard emulating options are cool and plentiful - but I don't use them. Very easy setup - followed the instructions no issues. Video quality is the same (this was the most important factor for me). Keyboard and mouse response are the same (also important for me). Worked switching my Win7 gaming rig and my macmini. Not an audiophile so can't speak to that - put quality great for my single input speakers and subwoofer.
Cons: Really not a con just fyi: Couldn't get my Naga Razor game mouse to work with the front 'emulating' mouse USB port - not a problem - just used the rear USB peripheral and works fine (haven't tried this but manual says you can shut off mouse emulation which would likely make the mouse work the same as on the rear USB peripheral). Mac just sees the Naga as a regular mouse with a keyboard (that you just ignore) and the PC sees the Naga as it always had (works fine in WOW).
Other Thoughts: Perfect for my needs - was getting sick of having two keyboards and 2 mice on my desk - cleaned up the clutter and absolutely NO compromised quality of video or peripheral performance. Awesome product!
I'll post later if any issues arise. However, I'm very happy with this purchase.
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