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This review is from: StarTech.com 2-port Mini DisplayPort KVM switch - USB 2.0 - 4K at 60Hz
Pros: 60Hz 4K mini-dp switch.
Cons: Mine stutters. The 4K 60Hz screen shakes every 5-10 seconds which makes it un-usable. It doesn't always do this, but it seems that it has some flaky component that causes this to start up after a while. It's not the cables: One device is a Macbook pro Retina in a Henge dock and if I connect the extension cable from the dock directly to the cable that would connect to the KVM it works fine.
Might be bad connectors on the back of the KVM...might be flaky component inside the KVM.
Other Thoughts: Haven't RMA'd it yet, didn't notice until after 30 days, so can't return to NewEgg...:(.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Titan TTC-SC07TZ(RB) Z-AXIS VGA Cooler
Pros: I'm using it to cool my LSI-9271-8i RAID card in my non-server case. In a "normal" server case you have a pretty good amount of airflow from front to back and blowing over your devices but in normal desktop cases you don't. So this works wonders to keep my RAID card cool. Without it my RAID card gets really really hot.
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Pros: I've been using these in a RAID 6 with an LSI-9271-8i card. They've performed perfectly. The 840-pro's DO generate drive activity on Pin-11 so they are friendly to many hotswap trays. OCZ's aren't or weren't.
Other Thoughts: I am using a Supermicro M28SAB 8x2.5" in 2x5.25" bay hotswap rack which has 2 iPass (SFF-8087) connectors and 2 power connectors. I am connecting the rack to an LSI 9271-8i RAID card. The 840-Pro's are the only ones that display drive activity, the OCZ's are either solid on, solid off, or solid RED because they've failed. Samsung 840-Pro are the only way to fly. I made a post on the OCZ forums, you can search for Pin-11 MrFreshly to read it if you want any more info.READ FULL REVIEW