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This review is from: SYBA SY-KVM20051 2-Port USB KVM Switch with Unique Remote Port Selector Built-in
Pros: Works just like advertised, plug and play, the remote is hardwired, no beeping or lights, really clean.
Cons: 2'8" on each leg just sucks unless the computers you are hooking up are stacked on each other. I had to put the lappy on the desktop case in order for them both use the cables.
Other Thoughts: I should have done a better job looking for the right KVM, this one aint it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great card for the money, it is paired with an AMD FX-8320 proc, 16 Gb DDR3 and a Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB har drive.
This is how PCs should run, press button, things happen, no dots rolling in a circle on the screen, no loading, just pure performance.
Cons: I have asked again and again for breakfast in bed but NOTHING!
Other Thoughts: 2 free games, easy installation, quiet and cheap.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Did not spontaneously ignite. Did not fragment into 1m pieces and kill all my clients. Did not cause the rest of the components to commit Seppuku.
Cons: Took 2 FULL spaces instead of the one that was advertised then it forgot it was a video card, it thought it was scrap metal and sat there looking at me enticing me to run it through a wood chipper! The VGA port did not work at all, the HDMI port was dead as a door nail as well, the DVI port worked as long as you booted to SAFE MODE then died as Windows loaded. Three other cards of all the top chip makers and manufactures work fine as well as the onboard video but this critter just flipped me the bird and provoked me...
Other Thoughts: Lets say that you are at home all by yourself and are snowed in with no books, internet or food, this would be a good boredom killer. But remember your high blood pressure meds, you're gonna need them!READ FULL REVIEW