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Pros: This drive works out of the box and has no firmware to flash as of this review. I had no problems getting it set up and the Corsair tool box is a very handy tool for all your needs, except a benchmark tool.
Not much more to say about it except most SSD drives I have checked seem to have inflated specs listed.
Have to consider setup differences when running benchmarks. So for my I never worry when they don't match up.
Listed specs are as follows:
Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps
Max Sequential Write Up to 540 MBps
4KB Random Read Up to 84,000 IOPS
4KB Random Write Up to 88,000 IOPS
My results are lower then listed.
But still not to shabby.
Running a Asrock X99XKiller board and using SATA 6.0.
Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3GHz LGA 2011-v3
4 x Crucial 4GB 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2133 (PC4-17000
Cons: Results on my build are as follows:
Read: 519.41 MB/s
Write: 503.53 MB/s
Read: 31.44 MB/s
Write: 82.34 MB/s
Not really a problem but I took an egg off for the discrepancy.
Other Thoughts: I would still recommend this drive to my friends.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: DuroStar (2) ES1600 Replacement Chipper Shredder Blades For EcoShredder
Pros: These are factory Blades. Same as the one's I got with the new unit. The price was cheaper shipping was fast.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LINKSYS RE6500HG Dual Band Wireless AC Range Extender
Pros: The setup was very easy and everything works like it should. There is an option to leave the network SSID the same as your router but you can change it if you want.
I read on another site that a reviewer listed a con was having to go to the Linksys web site to get the
Firmware update which you should do when you get this. But Linksys makes it very to
find what you need. So I see no problem here.
Ive been running this for a few days and see no drops.
I have the newer Netgear C6300 and I run my networks on the 5G setting all the time.
I ran the setup without a hitch.
After I put it upstairs with all the doors closed and ran checked speeds on my laptop and I have a dead even tie between my Router and this range extender. I feel that is a plus.
Now I will be able to use cat 5 cables on computers I work on that don’t have wireless. I had to strip all the cables from my back wall for a remodel. So that is a very nice option.
Another thing that is nice is music streaming to the extender.
• Windows users can stream music with Windows Media Player12.
• Mac users can stream music with proprietary software or the SofaPlay app.
• Android users can stream music with MediaHouse, UPnPlay, Skifta, ArkMC,
BubbleUPnP, Pixel Media, and 2Player 2.0.
• iOS devices including iPhone, iPad or iPod can stream music with
proprietary software or other apps such as ArkMC, Smartstor Fusion,
Mconnect, and DK UPnP/DLNA.
• The extender supports MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA and AAC file formats, as long
as those formats are supported by the device and app doing the streaming.
• The 3.5mm stereo port supports earphones and powered speakers.
Using the Site Survey option isa great way to see what your most powerful
single is and is helpful.
Cons: The only con I have and not a real major one is the documentation.
It is lacking and you have to go to the Linksys web site to get the rest of the info.
Other Thoughts: It was a nice change from the last range extender I tried to setup.READ FULL REVIEW
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