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Pros: - Quiet.
Cons: - Smaller models don't have a dual 8-pin connector option?
- Sometimes wish I had more of one or the other cables.
Other Thoughts: I've bought four of these PSUs for various builds - 3 of the 620W ones and 1 of the 1000W ones. All four of them have been ticking along happily.
The biggest "problem" I've found with these PSUs is the choice of cabling at times. I find myself wanting more 4-pin Molex connectors in some builds, while other builds require a ton of SATA connectors. I'd dearly love to be able to buy individual modular cables for these PSUs. As it stands, I've got plenty of spares now that I've used 4 of them in builds, but it was a bit touch-and-go for one of the early ones.
Pros: - Plenty of RAM.
Cons: - A bit slow (relatively,) but that's what you're buying here.
Other Thoughts: I bought 2 of these kits to max out a server motherboard so I could run a workstation, and later a home virtual server. It's been ticking along nicely for a year and a half.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Good upgrade from a spinny-disk.
- SATAIII, so you'll probably get all you can get out of it.
- Good lifespan - so far.
Cons: - A bit small for an OS drive.
- Not the fastest on the market.
Other Thoughts: This served as my OS drive for a year and a half before I moved it to another box to serve as -that- box's OS drive.
Management of space on the drive required a bit of doing, what with assorted user folders and documents, but it was plenty for my OS and programs. All in all, I was happy with this and would get an ADATA drive again.
Display Name: Aaron D.
Date Joined: 11/01/12
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