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This review is from: SanDisk 128GB Cruzer Glide CZ60 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ60-128G-B35)
Pros: It works for storage.
Cons: Being USB 2, its slow. Moreover, it breaks. I put it on my keychain to carry around. and after about 6 months, the plastic loop broke clean off. Another one I have that's as old as Moses, has a metal loop, and its been doing fine for years.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs good, Temps at idle are typically about 98 degrees F or 37 degrees C. I use a Zalman 110mm copper heatsink and fan. Probably the best bank for your buck Processor.
If your building an AMD system for gaming, here are some metrics. I paired this with an MSI R9 285, Corsair Vengeance 16GB memory, and an MSI 990FXA GD80. I highly recommend MSI components for any AMD build, I've been using them for about a decade, and they have been almost zero fail builds.
I ran 3dmark advantage on the combo stated above and got 18,542 on the Skydiver test and 6,560 on the fire strike test. Pretty good results for an overall low cost build.
Other Thoughts: Probably the best bank for your buck Processor. I also run a lot of older games from as far back as the 90's. On windows 7, with the combination I have, I have compatibility issues at all. Everything just runs perfect.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Just for some metrics if your building AMD systems. I used this with an AMD FX 8350 and Corsair Vengeance 16GB and an MSI 990FXA GD80. I ran 3dmark Advanced on the standard settings and pulled 18,542 in the SkyDiver Test and 6,560 in the Firestrike test.
I also have an AMD Phenom 960T quad core system running an MSI R7265 and it pulled much less, 6,500 and 3,100 respectively. The 8350 and the 285 are a huge improvement.
Cons: None So Far. Its a big card, so plan accordingly.
Other Thoughts: Runs Great, very quiet.READ FULL REVIEW