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This review is from: Team F108 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Golden) Model TG032GF108N3
Pros: This USB drive has been working great. I have formatted it a couple times and have been writing data to it continuously, and it has not failed on me. It of course, thanks to USB 3.0, has great read and write speeds. Although the write speeds could be faster, I am very pleased with this USB drive for the price.
Cons: Faster Write Speeds would be nice, but not necessary for the priceREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great RAM for the price. DDR2 is getting expensive, and this RAM looked like the best for my money. Bought two sets to max out a system and it works great. Went from 1 to 4GB of RAM and noticed a huge increase in speed. As always, G.SKILL makes great RAM.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: memorex 8.5GB 2.4X to 8X Write Speed DVD+R DL 25 Packs Spindle Disc Model 05712
Pros: Alright I am editing my review. Now that I have more coasters I can add a pro. If you have a good amount of coasters, they make for great paper weights. Also the DVD spindle is a great spindle, worth more than the disks.
Cons: Updating my status from my last review. I have had 17 COASTERS!!! For all of you that say, oh its your fault, your drive is bad etc... I used multiple checks to make sure it was not my fault. First of all, the burn would fail at different times(usually at switching layers), indicating my data was not corrupt or anything like that. I burned the disk at 2.4x, ruling out the fact that I could have been using a high burn speed. Now, mind you, I was trying to burn the same exact data with same exact burn settings these 17 times. For the final test, I went out and bought Verbatims. I tried one burn, at it worked PERFECTLY, no errors and I can read the data perfectly. I burned at the same settings as I was for the memorex disks(2.4x etc). These tests show that it is the disks quality that failed, not user or drive failure. The remaining seven disks I have not burned yet. The one left that I didn't talk about, burned successfully with COMPLETELY DIFFERENT data. No idea how it burn
Other Thoughts: In the end, if you want quality, do not buy Memorex. Honestly I would go with Verbatim, but if Memorex work well with your drive, good for you :). I honestly don't like the risk of paying for cheaper disks and hoping to get a good batch when I can just pay a little more for Verbatims that are almost guaranteed to write successfully every time. I was really hoping these disks would work well, but oh well... It was a nice try for the cheap $20 I spent on them.READ FULL REVIEW