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Pros: Looks nice, won't take up much space at the landfill.
Cons: Can't power on/reboot my notebook with hub connected without getting BSOD.
Other Thoughts: Every time I have powered on/started up/restarted my ASUS notebook (2012 N53SV) with this hub attached I have gotten a blue screen reporting bad hardware/software. This happens regardless of whether another device is connected to the hub or not. I did try plugging it in after startup, and it seemed to be OK, hence the two eggs instead of just one. However, a USB hub that cannot be left attached during restarts is useless to me. Any item that causes persistent BSOD is a hazard to be avoided. If this is not a defective product, it is a defective design. I will not be using this hub at all, as I do not want to risk endangering my system. I will be asking for my money back, but I suppose it may be considered a 'perfectly good' piece of junk, so I expect to just throw it away.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Got two sets for my ASUS N53SV notebook, popped them in about a week ago. Working great, no issues, 32GB running full speed in dual channel. Upgraded from prior upgrade to 16GB. HUGE performance increase, especially with CAD and gaming. WEI for memory is now 7.9. RAMDisk applications are amazing. G.Skill lives up to their reputation.
Cons: Can't submit this review without cons? What cons?
Other Thoughts: Intel confirms i72670QM supports 32GB DDR3-1066/1333 in dual channel with 21.3GB/s bandwidth, which is NOT limited by HM65 chipset or N53SV motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW