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This review is from: Sedna Desktop 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub with iPad Port
Pros: It looks nice, and it has 10 usb 3.0 ports that seem to work for some people.
Cons: I've had this product for a few months now and thought it would be like my other usb 3.0 hub from a different company and work with external hard drives. This didn't seem to be the case, so I've just let it sit for a while. Today, I found an old usb stick that I thought I'd plug into the device. Needless to say, it didn't work.
It seems that that it wasn't that the device didn't work with external hard drives, but the device itself that didn't work. Since I never received a working version of the product, I really can't say how good or bad it is, so I'm giving it 3 eggs.
Other Thoughts: It's either the device was DOA or the drivers never came with the package. I'm honestly not sure, but I doubt I'll be purchasing again anytime soon.
You, too, may want to check you options. Remember, It did seem to work for others.
Cons: No turn-off switch on the PSU itself
This is my second 1500W Strider Series Power Supply in the last 4 years. The first one I bought worked fine for just a litle over 3 years while running a 480 fermi. After that period, it just died and refused to turn on. Since I had no problem with it in those three years, I decided it was probably a rare fluke and decided to fork out another 400 dollars to buy another. To my dismay, after upgrading to two 780s in November of this year, the power supply would cut out after about an hour of gaming (This would happen with a single 780 or in SLI). I thought it was the GPU at first, but I've used these same card on my friends rig for days with no problems while I was switching out parts in order to assure myself of the culprit: the PSU.
Unfortunately, my PSU really doesn't like 780s, and will shut down even though my GPUs aren't overclocked like some of the other individuals having problems in this 1500w review.
Therefore, due to my experience, I cannot recommend this PSU to anyone. Since my newest one was purchased in May of this year, I'll likely try to exchange it. If, by chance, this fixes the problems I've been encountering, I'll update this information; however, if a refund is applicable, I'll certainly go that route--again, updating this info accordingly.
TL;DR: Apologies, but I cannot recommend this PSU to any individual.