Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: It's a fan. It has blue lights. It spins.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small and easy to place out of site.
Cons: Where are the gigabit ports? This is 2012 afterall.
Other Thoughts: Used this to replace the horrible telecom DSL modem I had. The old modem wouldn't keep a connection and kept heating up. Phone company came out twice and didn't bother to check the modem. This worked right out of the box, though I had to do a manual setup as my telecom is Fairpoint (Yelm, WA) and the modem doesn't have an automatic setup built-in for them. But it has plenty of other automatice setups for different telecoms.
Have not dropped a connection since install and my speeds are where they are supposed to be for my connection. Glad I picked this up.
Only caveat, no gigabit ports. Seriously guys, this is 2012. Who still uses 10/100? Have to maintain my gigabit switch connected to this in order to maintain gigabit within my home network.
Pros: Easy to install. Comes with 3.5" bay adapter.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Replaced an aging Raptor raid array (Raid0) that I used for booting with this one drive. This is booting faster than the old raid setup. If it wasn't for the BIOS initialization my system would almost be instant on. No issues with the drive and, of course, no issues with newegg shipping.READ FULL REVIEW