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This review is from: Team 32GB microSDHC Flash Card Model TG032G0MC24A
Cons: -It failed after about a year and a half
Other Thoughts: I used this in my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.0 7" tablet. It worked for about a year and a half. I use an app to link my apps to my SD card. One day, I got a notification saying the app had stopped working. I hit OK, and then my tablet restarted itself. When it booted back up, all of my apps that were on the SD card were no longer installed. I took it out to test it in my laptop, and I was never able to recognize it. It was dead. Just up and died.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -7" screen
-Battery lasts for days to weeks on standby
-Long battery life (see other thoughts)
-Supports a 64GB memory card, even though it says it only supports a 32GB(see other thoughts)
Cons: -Isn't compatible with some apps (you will get this with any tablet though)
-Calls internal memory "SD Card." (see other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: -The battery will last a very long time if you turn off wifi when you are not using it, and close down all apps once you leave them. I have had my battery last over a week and a half on standby with wifi off, and no apps on in the background.
-The internal memory being called "SD Card" is misleading and a nuisance. It makes it confusing to figure out what is actually on the internal memory, and what is on the physical external SD card you put in. I had to download "link2sd" to link my apps to my physical SD card. This saves a lot of internal memory, since there is little to start with (about 5GB after the OS takes what it needs)
-The tablet will actually support a 64GB memory card, even though it only says it supports a 32GB. I have a 64GB in mine formatted into 2 different 32GB partitions.Partition 1 is for the app "link2sd,"for linking my apps. The other is useful for movies, music, ect.
Pros: -Hasn't gone past 40c with the stock fan when stress testing
-Unlockable 4th core (with motherboard options)
Cons: -None so far!
Other Thoughts: I got this with the BIOSTAR TA970 AM3+ AMD 970. It allowed me to unlock the 4th core of this processor with a simple "enable" option. The only issue I ran into when I did that was the temperature was not reporting properly on the CPU. It read constantly at more than 70c, even though the heatsink was cool to the touch. I do not know if that is a Mothrboard issue or a CPU issue.
When it is not unlocked, the temperature is reported just fine, and has never gone above 40c, even when stress testing.
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