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This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H80 (CWCH80) High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Pros: Solid cooling performance. No reliability issues ( 10 months ownership)
Other Thoughts: Even though I am using a full size Tower, I had issues installing the large size Corsair Dominator Platinums on one side, due to space limitations from the large radiator. Had no other choice but to install all RAM on second row, meaning dual channel configuration (instead quad). It is not possible to install RAM on the outer slots. Not sure who's to blame though. Large case not large enough, or RAM too beefy or cooling unit too bulky.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ATEN CS1762A 2-Port USB2.0 DVI KVMP Switch, Cables Included
Pros: Nice layout, convenient USB ports on front and rear. At least the rear USB Ports worked for 6 months.
Cons: I would have given this product a 5 star rating, IF it would have worked the way it supposed to. When I received the switch already the front USB ports for mice and keyboard where non functional. Because I used the ports located on the rear only, I thought "what the heck". About 3 weeks ago I have moved and had to pack up my workstations. I am very particular with my equipment and treat everything with the utmost care. Just mentioning it to exclude any malfunction due to mishandling. I put together my studio and to my dismay the rear USB ports also malfunctioning. Now I have got a product that is only switching monitors. Meaning I have to manually plug and unplug the tablet and had to use a second keyboard to make this process less painful. Ultimately I will have to purchase a new switch. No way around it because I use two workstations simultaneously. Like my title said: I really wanted to love the Aten switch and even "overlooked" the malfunctioning of two ports from the start, but now it became useless.
Other Thoughts: I hope to get it fixed because the "limited warranty" is still in effect.... we'll see.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Purchased two Corsair Neutron GTX 240 for RAID 0 NLE implementation. Good Lord!
Seq Read: 1020Mb/s Write: 980Mb/s AS SSD Score: 1720!
Utilizing an 8-channel LAMD LM87800 controller. The LAMD controller is designed to deliver super-high IOPs — important for data-intensive tasks like video and image editing - they are today's state of the art.
Cons: The cost - still, worth every penny!
Other Thoughts: These drives got "married" to a Quadro 5000/Tesla 2075 combo supported by Sandy-E 3930K, Corsair Force GS Syatem Drives and Corsair Dominator Platinum's...
The whole NLE -arms race just went Nuclear.