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This review is from: HooToo HT-PC002 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 2-Port PCI-E Add-On Expansion Card with Internal USB 3.0 19-Pin Motherboard Male Header & 5V 4-Pin Molex Power Connector (VIA VL800 Chipset, Solid Capacitors)
Pros: Installed card....installed driver...Worked as it supposed to...no cussing...no drama....10 minutes...and I'm done. what a difference 5 bucks makes..(boo Tomotop).
9 dollar promo dicount was also nice
Cons: didn't order this one firstREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: It didn't take a month to get here.
Cons: Not a happy camper...Would not install...messed around for a couple of hours trying everything I could think of. FINALLY after disabling onboard usb3 in bios it saw the card and loaded drivers and Worked! I then re-enabled onboard usb3 in bios and everything worked fine.
20 minutes later my computer started binging and bonging and I lost the usb3 card..poof it disappeared. I spent another 2 hours adding removing drivers, changed pci-e slots...rolling back the computer to when it all worked..no dice. Looks like it didn't like the USA and took off back to china. What a wasted day. You get what you pay for and I paid a junk price and I got....JUNK!!
This review is from: Shuttle SG41J1-RFG Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Dual-Core, Celeron 400 serial support Intel Socket T(LGA775) Intel G41 Intel GMA X4500 Barebone with Red Faction Guerrilla PC game
Pros: Local b/m had these on sale for $139. Not the Red Faction..just the 41j1 (ddr2).
Was down sizing fron antec 900's on a couple of my systems and these units worked fine.
E7500 went in one and a q6600 went in the other.
The 6600 was out of thermo specs but worked fine without any problems.
Can't beat these for the $ as both were work horse machines..one a weather monitor and the other a dedicated email machine.
Remember the plus version is ddr3 in case you didn't know the difference.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW