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This review is from: SYBA SY-HUB20076 USB 3.0 Internal Hub 4-port, Ffits Both 3.5" & 5.25" Bay
Pros: work as fast as my other USB3 port
Cons: 1 - the 3.5 to 5.25 adapter is in poor quality plastic
2 - the USB port PCB is small but they put that in big metal tray for nothing.
3- Don't connect on MB connector but in port back to the MB so you lost one of your USB3 slot there.
4- You have to pass the USB cable trough the PC case, install a plate with a hole for it ... that horrible ... when you check you PC after installation, you saw a blue wire jumping out the case to go plug in MB port... Fell like have a machine from the prehistoric age of PC ...
5- missing hole in the plastic adapter, so i had to drill it myself
6- the plastic adapter and USB hub facing are black...but not the same black...
7- my case facing are made in plastic with glossy finish, the adapter is flat finish and the hub is semi-gloss ... imagine the look of the facing of my brand new PC now...
Other Thoughts: lost 1 egg for very very poor aesthetic
lost 1 egg for missing hole and poor quality of the adapter
lost 1 egg for the missing MB connector and the lost of one external USB3 slot ... I don't knot what they have thought... when you buy hub is because you need more slot not for losing one...
So keep 2 egg because the hub work as expected ;-)
This review is from: Rosewill RDRD-11004 2.5" SSD / HDD Mounting Kit for 3.5" Drive Bay
Pros: in metal
hole are at good place
easy to work with
Cons: The prob come when i want to connect both SSD on it... The lower plate in metal interfere with both, power and data cable connector... So i had to go in my toolbox , take my metal scissor and cut a small metal part with ... Not big job (2 minute more ;-) ) but have to sayREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: fast... so fast in fact this HD are double faster than my intel 510 120G
Cons: none so far ;-)
Other Thoughts: OH ! i just dont find a working software to copy my old HD to the new one... so new win7 install here ...READ FULL REVIEW
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