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This review is from: Seiko SLP650 SLP650 Direct Thermal 3.94 inches/second 300 dpi Label Printer
Pros: LOW PRICE, FAST, EASY TO LOAD AND USE.
2000+ LABLES AND COUNTING.
Cons: NONEREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: StarTech USB to SATA External HDD Dock for 2.5 or 3.5in Hard Drive
Pros: Simple, Reliable, Steady...
I have use it with several different drives, SSD's, 2.5" & 3.5" spinning drives from WD, Seagate, Toshiba, SanDisk, Kingston. So far, no problems with transferring data, erasing, or formatting. I've even done data recovery on a flakey/failing old drive or two.
(USB 2.0 is a legacy interface and works 99.9%+ of the time on ALL systems.)
Not as fast as USB 3.0 or eSATA...
Pros: Looks cool...Low profile
Cons: Fails MemTest and the System hangs.
It wont run stable for very long at @ 1866 MHz stock or AMP timings. (even with voltage bumped up a little)
It is stable at stock timings and voltage @ 1600 MHz, but not at AMP Timings. I am using a set of Kingston HyperX 1600 XMP modules and they are rock solid stable @ 1600 MHz XMP 1.3 (9,9,9,27), AMP settings or stock settings.
Other Thoughts: Current BIOS, My case has low temps while testing. (72 deg F)
Motherboard and CPU are "rated" for 1866 speed.
I know now I should have bought Kingston HyperX Ram for my AMD 970 Chipset based motherboard and my FX-6350 CPU.
I will try again and see if I can get RAM to run stable and report back my results.
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