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This review is from: HooToo HT-UH012 10-Port USB 3.0 HUB with 1 Smart Charging Port
Pros: I absolutely love the Hootoo HT-UH012. As a gamer you can never have too many USB 3.0 ports, and this product delivers. I have an Xbox 360 controller, flight stick, 2 flash drives, mouse, keyboard and there is still room to spare. I also use it to charge my android smart phone and kindle fire hd tablet. The appearance of the product is sleek and compact. The included cables are long, which is great. Once installed the drivers were updated and every peripheral i connect to it is recognized. Data transfer speeds are fast at around 100-120 Mb/s. There is no lag with any device i connect to the hub, which is extremely important.
I was provided this product from HooToo for an honest and fair review. Overall i am impressed and might even look into getting another hub for a bitcoin setup sometime in the near future.
Cons: None!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The Seasonic M12II is the best 620w PSU out there for the price, period. It is a quality brand, Japanese capacitors, semi modular, bronze certified and very quiet.
Other Thoughts: I had a Corsair CX 500 and i absolutely hated it. The first one i got made a hissing / buzzing noise, even when shut off. I did a RMA on it, and the 2nd one i received had the exact same problem, so i just dealt with the noise for 2+ years. I would never again consider Corsair, they are just so cheaply made, but yet everyone seems to go nuts for them because they are a "name brand". Simply do a search in the reviews about Corsair noise levels, and the high pitched hissing / buzzing they make. The Seasonic M12II is night and day for me, and i will always buy from Seasonic in the future.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first ASUS motherboard and i am very pleased with it. Everything works and it handles my FX 8320. The bios is great and has a lot of cool features. All my components were recognized correctly.
Other Thoughts: I had a really hard time trying to find an affordable motherboard that can handle the newer Vishera CPU's. Many of the motherboards out there seem to have issues with throttling, overheating and not recognizing Vishera due to outdated bios versions. The M5A97 R2.0 met all my expectations.READ FULL REVIEW