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This review is from: Coboc CY-U3-AAMF-3-BL 3 ft. Blue USB 3.0 A Male to A Female Extension Cable
Pros: Solid cables. Can now access my PC's USB3.0 ports without having to crawl behind the desk.
Cons: Works fine so far. Have transferred huge files from USB 3.0 drives and no hiccups.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HooToo® HT-UH007 USB 3.0 HUB (4 Port, Bus-Powered, Built-in 1ft USB 3.0 Cable)
Pros: Cheap... not really.
Cons: Terrible product. Tried on two computers, with and without a short (2 ft) extension. Keeps dropping out in all scenarios even if it manages to copy a few GBs worth it will ultimately drop out and the file(s) will ultimately be corrupt.
Other Thoughts: Avoid. Plenty of bad reviews so not worth the risk.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Inexpensive, very stiff with a metal backing. Runs pretty cool (63C vs. 58C for the Gigabyte Windforce vs 65C for the MSI / single card, same conditions, full load). Seems to overclock well. Very nice card for the money!
Cons: The metal backing plate makes the card thicker reducing distance between cards in SLI. Not on the 680 PCB.
Other Thoughts: Picked this up before they discontinued it so I can run it along with my Gigabyte windforce in SLI. This is my first experience with SLI and so far it seems to be working well but I'm not terribly fond of the increased temps (although I did expect that). I probably won't be overclocking either card because I don't want to increase temps in the case any further. With both in SLI top cards hits 78C and the bottom hits 68C. It came with a Diablo mouse pad which is pretty cool because I just happen to have needed one.READ FULL REVIEW