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Pros: Great amount of storage.
Speed appears to be on our with 7200 RPM.
Cons: Not in the same ballpark as SSD. Price is Meh.
Other Thoughts: Used strictly as a storage device.
Did not want the OS on such a large drive.
Used in a 3.0 enclosure.
Kudos to the reviewer who listed the nyko databank.
Thier website listed 2TB as the Max.
Think It will find a happy home as PS4 storage
This review is from: DEEPCOOL Gamer Storm CAPTAIN 240 CPU Liquid Cooler AIO Water Cooling Ceramic Bearing Pump Visual Liquid Flow with Dual 120mm FDB PWM Fan Rubber Coating Deep Silent Support LGA 2011-v3
Pros: Hard covered tubes that can swivel for those hard to reach places.
Reduce noise, Over clock to your hearts/CPU ability.
Large size, be sure to have a proper case with this unit and to be mindful of your RAMS heatsink heights.
A nice alternative to the mainstream Corsair units.
Comes with pre-applied thermal compound on the heatsink block.
You may want to scrape that off and use Artic Silver on it.
Cons: Someday, it will die . Human Condition Man...
Other Thoughts: One set of screws, configuration for intake/outtake fans will require additional screws.
But this is so efficient you wont need to too.
Keeps temps down.
If your on the fence go for this.
You won't be sorry.
This review is from: Linksys EA7500 Max-Stream AC1900 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router
Pros: I chose to subnet this router to my existing Fios Actiontec Router.
I divided the traffic up.
I pay for 50/50 symmetrical Internet and the speed tests indicated 58/58 .
Destroyed Torrents,Streaming , Media Playback. Latency is gone, A testament to the new router.
It alleviates the congestion in my network.
My 13 wi-fi devices ranging from laptop to xbox can now be free to enjoy the new wi-fi frontier.
The WiFi app is nice.
Change Channels or passwords.
Toggle paternal controls, Security.
Enable Qos media prioritation
Check firmware updates from within, is neat.
The ability to text or email your guest the WiFi password is convenient.
It's there if you want to tinker but the default settings work great.
Cons: Antennas get loose, short network cable.
Other Thoughts: Here is my first impression.
Whoa this thing is kinda expensive.
Fair market value appears to be the going rate for routers that offer these kind of specs
You get what you pay for and this is geared towards an tech enthusiast.
It's a lot lighter than I expected.
The three antennas were kind of annoying to screw on.
Once I made adjustments they got loose and appear to go limp, screwing them tighter resolved the issue.
Big transformer power block.
Short network cable.
Lots of heat but the design has ventilation in mind, it dissipates quickly.