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This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-MA790X-UD4P AM3/AM2+/AM2 AMD 790X ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: I purchased this board around september of 2009 with a Phenom II x4 920 cpu and i still use it to play Arma 3.
I run this thing all day most everyday mostly gaming and never a problem. very solid constuction has been in and out of 5 different cases since i first pruchased it. Last longer than its lifetime.
Cons: Not DDR3 or AM3+ compatible
Other Thoughts: I am writing this review even though they do not sell it anymore so people can see just how good gigabyte can be. Very Happy With my Purchse, and im the one who always has buyer's remorse, Not this time though.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAMSUNG M2 Portable 500GB USB 2.0 2.5" External Hard Drive HX-M500UAB/G Black
Pros: I have owned this product for almost 2 years now, Never once have i had any problems with it. comes with samsungs formatting tool very easy to use and is a very small application. Small enough to take with you in your pocket. The USB cable it came with is a solid well constructed cable. I use it for other USB items i own aswell and it still Works great. Write speed for me is about 25 MegaBytes/s in windows 7 64bit enviroment.
Cons: One and Only real CON here is that the USB controller is built right into hard drive so it cannot be used as a sata drive and can only run at speeds up to standard USB 480mb/s.
Other Thoughts: One big Plus is it works with my old samsung 1080P9 DVD player when formatted in fat32, and it does not require a power adapter. I am definately Happy with this purchase and would reccomend this product.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech 963291-0403 Attack 3 USB Joystick
Pros: Works with most games
Works with Windows 7 x64 ultimate no problems.
No Drivers Needed.
Plug N Play
11 Programmable Buttons
Cons: No Suctions Cups To Hold It To Your Desktop.
Other Thoughts: Bought mine For $15.99 C Boxing Day Special, But I still would have purchased for the non-sale price.
Works Really Well With BF2 And Flight Sims.
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