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Unbeatable Value, seriously.
Cons: Can have inconsistent speeds when it comes to writing / transferring large files (greater than 3gb). Most users won't ever notice, but if you deal with very large files (audio/video editing work etc.) you may notice the inconsistency. Even when the cache runs out, it's still an extremely fast drive. Just put this in the con to have something here as it is a bit of a con when other drives are available (albeit more expensive ones) that don't have this issue.
Other Thoughts: The value of this SSD is outstanding. For the amount you pay, you will not find another drive that performs quite like the 840 evo. I've been using SSDs for a while, and when I replaced my old SSDs (OCZ Agility 3 240 GB) with these 840 evos, the difference in performance was similar to when I switched from HDD to SSD. I'm absolutely blown away.
I still have the OCZ drives for storage purposes which is a testament to how long they've lasted without any issue. I can only hope these Samsung drives hold up the same because it's almost feeling too good to be true.
Pros: -Very beefy performance
Other Thoughts: I run 2 of these in SLI with a 3 monitor setup. It's nice to have a system where you can install games and set them to ultra without having to worry for a second if your system can handle it. There are better much more expenisve cards out there but at this price point, these cards are very much worth their cost. I upgraded from a GTX 470.
EVGA z77 FTW, i7 3770k, 32GB Ripjaws RAM, 2 of these cards, 2 OCZ Agility 3 240GB SSDs. No conflicts, no problems, great cards.
This review is from: Behringer BCR2000 B-Control Rotary
Pros: -Solid, smooth, responsive knobs each with their own LED ring
-Midi interface functionality
-Extremely customizable functions
-Plastic yet heavy duty. You can easily travel with this to gigs and not worry too much about it.
-Enough space for masking tape between knob rows for super easy labeling
-LCD readout is a very nice bonus
Cons: The buttons are extra clicky. Not much of a con really just something to be aware of.
Other Thoughts: I've been using this in a home studio since December 2012 and it's functioned on a flawless level. It does exactly what it's intended to do with a little extra. I only wish it had a couple XLR or 1/4" inputs so that it could function as a little mixer as well. I use this along side my FW-1884 and so far no conflicts.READ FULL REVIEW