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This review is from: Link Depot DVI-AVGA-ADPT DVI To VGA Adapter
Pros: They work, and they seem sturdy, and on sale they were cheap
Cons: I wouldn't count this as a con except that the images are misleading: There are short DVI-VGA adapters and there are long ones, and these are the long ones. The length can be a problem and nowhere does it state the length, nor do the photos reflect that.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: When I bought this it came with a 64G Adata SSD tossed in and that was great for my purposes, and make it very cost effective. I'm running linux with an Arduino board connected with a temp sensor. works fine and takes up little space.
Cons: This sits in a room kept at 65 degrees (with minimal fluctuation). Once a minute the Arduino board send a temp over USB. The script on this logs the temp.
What's my point? I'm surpised by how warm the exhaust air is coming from it, given that it's in a cool room and is doing so little.
For my purposes I should have gotten an Atom chip, I suspect, but that model didn't come with the free SSD.
Pros: Works fine, and the semi-modular nature is good for me.
Cons: Perhaps a minor con: There are 3 non-modular cables, the 24-pin mb, and 2 8-pin that look identical. I'm not quite sure what the second 8-pin is for, and I wish it were modular.
Other Thoughts: One funny thing: I own two Seasonic X 650's and like others, I have made fun of the velvet bag (think Crown Royal) in which the PSU arrives, since plastic would do just as well. I do like the nice quality bags to hold the unused cables for the 650's.
SO what's funny? This model has the same idea but as it's a step down in their range, the bags are also a noticeable step down: I don't care about the CPU bag (I won't ever use it I suspect) but I miss the nice sturdy cable bags from the X series.