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Pros: - Very inexpensive, great for people like me who only print the occasional MIR.
- Works fine in my Cannon MG5520
Cons: Two of my cartridges leaked ink (magenta and package black) when removing them from the packaging. Actually, the magenta leaked a few drops but the package black literally SQUIRTED ink. It ruined the long sleeve shirt I was wearing and my hands now have black ink stains everywhere.
Other Thoughts: Despite the mess they made, once cleaned up and installed, my printer reports full ink levels and printed pages look fine.
TIP: wear latex gloves and unpackage these over a sink!
Pros: Cooling: large fans and copper heat pipes keep the core cooler than my 7950 Twin Frozr.
Hynix memory: no modified BIOSes needed for good hash rates.
Memory cooling: RAM chips make direct contact to cooler via pads.
Adjustable voltage: Core voltage can be changed with Trixx (no memory voltage control though).
Cons: Analog VRMs: No VRM temperature monitoring, unlike higher quality digital VRMs.
VRM cooling: VRMs are cooled by a PLASTIC bar held on with PUSH PINS. Bar is directly under a fan hub, meaning lower air flow. Despite all this, I haven't seen any throttling when overclocked to 1000 MHz and undervolted.
Other Thoughts: ASIC rating: I ordered four of these and their ASIC qualities are all in the low 60% range. Don't order expecting an amazing overclocker.
Sapphire RMA: As with all Sapphire products, RMAs are handled by the retailer (like Newegg). You cannot get an RMA with Sapphire directly.
This review is from: PNY A-MH-XX-K01 MHL Adapter
Pros: - It works, plain and simple.
- Smaller size than most other adapters
Other Thoughts: Some tips for all MHL adapters in general:
- Plug HDMI into adapter first, then power into adapter and lastly adapter into phone/device.
- Test your adapter with the stock kernel before give a negative rating. Custom kernels and ROMs are never perfect when it comes to MHL and USB Host mode.
- Spend the extra $10 and get a name-brand adapter. A lot of MHL problems are caused by cheap, generic (or worse, Chinese knockoffs of real name-brands) adapters.