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This review is from: Cradlepoint Black Personal Wi-Fi Hotspot w/ 3G&4G Ready / WiPipe Powered (PHS300)
Pros: Worked well with Verizon 4G LTE on LG usb stick
Cons: 4 months later it won't turn on, no light when plugged into power
Other Thoughts: Not really sure how the product came to be dead, there is a small possibility I may have pluged the wrong power adapter in.
Unit heats up when plugged in but the charge light does not come on and 0 power from battery. Call to Cradlepoint was picked up within a minute and I was told once they get the item replacement will ship in 2-3 days which is fairly quick. Looking forward to using this unit once again.
Pros: 12x write speed on Memorex 25GB BD-R media (54MB/s)
Cons: Would only write same media at 4x with the firmware it sold with months ago
Other Thoughts: This is a great value burner. I read a lot of reviews stating that LG burners can burn Memorex BD-R at 8x...and now, who really cares when this thing can do it at 12x? The only concern now is to make sure your HDD can supply the data fast enough :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Acceptable cooling of i7-930 at 4.2Ghz
Good value compared to top dog Noctua
Cons: Was really hoping for better performance. The original Tuniq 120 was a bigger breakthrough than this
Going by reviews, Noctua NH-14 should be able to give you better performance with 50% more cost.
Other Thoughts: I bought this cooler based on their previous model which has my Q6600 at 3.6Ghz without breaking a sweat.
When I put this baby on my i7-930 with arctic silver 5 I was dissappointed. (yes, I tried the TX3 and it annoyed me beyond belief).
At stock speeds, Tuniq had the cpu at 40c and Prime95 on 8 threads was in the low 60's. Hardly something I consider acceptable for something of this size.
Right now I have my i7-930 at 4.2Ghz with idle speeds in the high 40's and full load Prime95 at 80C at 1.3v.
It is an acceptable performance but I really thought it would be better.
I tried 4.4Ghz at 1.42v and it was stable, but Prime95 shot through the roof at over 100c. Not good.
Just for the record, I took out the 90cfm Tuniq fan and replaced it with Silverstone 110cfm fan and ran it on max for all the testing in an open case on both sides.