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SanDisk Extreme 32GB USB Flash Drive 128bit AES Encryption Model SDCZ80-032G-G46
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: If anyone is wondering, this is the newest revision that is being offered.

Crystal Disk Mark 3.0.4 x64
5x500MB Formatted NTFS

SEQ R/261.8 W/99.84
512K R/200.8 W/32.62
4K R/12.27 W/10.53
4KQD32 R/10.27 W/5.457

Cons: Shows as 29GB.

Other Thoughts: I really like the switch mechanism. It gives it a sense of quality even though it is made of plastic. It is a very sturdy plastic. Unfortunately I cannot speak on the longevity of this product. Sandisk has a good reputation, and this is one of their better products, so I wouldn't be surprised if it lasted longer than my Patriot.

The model number on Newegg matches that of another popular online shopping website, but the older model and not the new one. Do not fret as my benchmark shows that it is indeed the new model that you receive from Newegg!

VisionTek Radeon HD 7850 900505 2GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
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  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: I got it during the BF deal, which made it an amazing value for me.

Quite a step up from my hd 6850, I could play 95% of my games at maximum settings at 1680x1050 resolution at a constant 60fps after overclocking. of course, there are just a few games that refuse to co-operate at super max settings (gta iv, crysis, metro 2033), but let's blame the coding.

I OC'd it to 1125/1450, stable. You need to get ASUS GPU tweak to get it passed that 1050 mark. Google it, it will help. This card is an overclocking monster. Two of these will have you set for at least 3 years.

Cons: My card wasn't a magical overclocker. There are people managing to get their cards to 1300/1500 clocks, which puts it above the hd 7950. The cooler is low-end, but I got what I paid for.

I purchased some ultra low profile heatsinks for the VRAM and some smaller heatsinks for the voltage regulators. I replaced the TIM with Diamond IC 7. The first application was a dud [i took off the shroud to see temp decreases but saw none, i suggest leaving the shroud on], my temps remained the same. when i placed the shroud back on and reapplied the TIM again for the second time [I used a lot lot less, half a grain of rice], i saw 13C drop in idle(39C before, 26C now), but load is about the same.(70C Furmark).

Other Thoughts: Diamond IC7 left hairline scratches on the surface of the GPU. I suggest you use something else.

My comp:
3570k 4.2ghz w/ hyper 212+ evo
asrock z77 extreme 4
16gb ddr3
hd 7950 1125/1450
crucial m4 primary
spinpoint f3 secondary
corsair 500r black case

I don't list my specs to gloat. I list them because someone out there is looking to see if these parts work well. They do. they fit magnificently in my case, so much room!

All i can suggest with this card is leave the black plastic shroud on, and when you apply TIM, half a grain of rice. ASUS GPU tweak to clock it higher, and enjoy your high tier performance for mid tier price!

HT | OMEGA CLARO II 7.1 Channels 24-bit 192KHz PCI Interface Sound Card
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggs Tough Fit, Minimal Difference 09/02/2012

This review is from: HT | OMEGA CLARO II 7.1 Channels 24-bit 192KHz PCI Interface Sound Card

Pros: Provides great sound. EMI shield should prevent distortion. EQ is good.

Cons: It was a TOUGH fit. I'm pretty sure I had to warp my PCI slot a little. It's partially my fault for getting a PCI card instead of a PCI-e version. I read online that the front panel quality was superior to that of the PCI-e version. What I didn't realize is that people who review sound cards and headphones are complete nutcases that like to write elaborate reviews on things they pretend to hear. Seriously, if you are going for a sound card, you should either go for a budget card, or a pricier one with a built in amp. Everything in the middle is a waste, and a different pair of headphones/EQ adjustment will probably offer a better experience than a new sound card. I'm sure better products will offer a better experience, but it will not be found here.

Other Thoughts: Over the discrete sound card I got with my Maximus Formula X38, the sound improvement was very very minimal. I basically paid for a superior EQ. I run them with a pair of Shure SRH 840's. Very flat headphones, but they don't react well to bass EQ unfortunately. I suggest going for a cheaper card, you won't be able to tell a difference, I promise you.


Mamoon B.'s Profile

Display Name: Mamoon B.

Date Joined: 03/16/07

  • Reviews: 38
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  • First Review: 03/26/07
  • Last Review: 08/12/15
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