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This review is from: ASUS USB-BT211 USB 2.0 Mini Bluetooth Dongle
Cons: Driver issues inherent to design.
Other Thoughts: ***This is the FIX MOST of you were looking for***
This should provide you with the drivers to make it work with win7 64bit from the manufacturer. For other OS just use the dropdown menus.
If you are unfamiliar, unwilling, or unable to do simple software driver replacement I do not advise this for anyone operating win7 or newer.
Pros: This little chip has performed very well for me so far, I got this chip for overclocking and have the Corsair H50 installed. At 4.5ghz & 1.375v I idle around 29, Medium usage gets around 39-42, full stress never gets above 69/70 (I am sure if you increase the ramp up on the H50 you can get it much cooler) This is all to say its an easy and friendly overclocker.
Cons: Non so far, if you are looking for a higher end chip with a lot of potential that wont break the bank this should do nicely.
Other Thoughts: The 22nm die shrink does seem to make the ivy chips heat up a little more but something else is most people are not tuning down the voltage after they reach a good speed; This is causing them to stay overheated.
I would definitely go watercooling if you plan to overclock this card beyond 4ghz. And since cold is king I might recommend a dual fan radiator top mounted on the case.