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Pros: Write speed a bit faster than advertised. Great price.
Cons: Died quickly. Read speed less than advertised, but fast still fast.
Other Thoughts: I owned this for about 8 months, used it maybe 1 or 2 times a week at most and it died already. I don't know why I keep buying these voyagers, they are low priced I guess. I've had maybe 5 and non of them have lasted over a year, most 3-6 months
When it worked I got around 60MB write speed and 117MB read speed. On a USB2 I saw around 33MB/second, pretty much the limit of the port.
Pros: FX support, USB 3 - flash drives read 110+ MB/s, even though it's been out for 3 years msi still frequently updates bios for new cpu's and improvements.
Cons: Only 2 usb 3 ports, although you can use a hub or add pci-x card for more.
Other Thoughts: I don't see why so many bad reviews, lack of system building and troubleshooting I guess. It works great with FX processors, I have an FX-8350 with small overclock in it currently, before that a 1090T 6 core cpu. I have been using it since 2013 and have never had issues.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port Gigabit Switch
Pros: Nearly 3 months of small office use and no issues. No dead ports as other have said, no disconnects and have never needed to restart it. Has no problem copying files between computers with speed averaging between 100 to 110MB/s.
Another Pro, has all the ports on the back, looks much nicer on a desktop with out the wires all coming out the front and going all over the desk.
Cons: None yet
Other Thoughts: We have maybe 4 computers, 3 printers, VOIP box and security dvr box plugged into this plus another switch in a different office 150ft away. No connectivity issues with any of them.READ FULL REVIEW