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Pros: Lots of space, quiet, fast.
Cons: OEM product in retail packaging. This is JUST the drive. Retail comes with more than just the drive. Though it's nicely packed in foam for shock absorption. This is mainly for information, if you're like me, you have 10 million cables lying around so this isn't a huge deal.
Other Thoughts: ITX build. Using as secondary drive, booting from SSD. This thing is PERFECT for what I need.
16GB GSkill 1866
Pros: Fast! Easy install, easy setup! No problems getting it to the specified speed and timings! XMP makes things too easy. Quick-draw deal made this a steal of a price.
Cons: I only purchased one pair. Doh.
Other Thoughts: Intel's XMP makes setting these up to the specified rating a breeze. They seem like they could handle more aggressive timings, but I don't see the point in practical use. Went from 7.7 windows rating to 7.9.
I5 3570K @ 4.0GHz
+ MSI Z77A-G41
+ Intel 330 SSD
+ Radeon 7950
+ this ram
= Happy computer that will last quite some time.
This review is from: Silicon Power Blaze B10 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model SP016GBUF3B10V1B
Pros: Cheap. It works. Fast Download. USB 3.0 speeds.
Cons: Writing to the device is pretty slow... just above the write speed of a 16GB USB 2.0 drive I have.
Other Thoughts: Read speed from the device is quite nice, 2 GB read from and written to my hard drive in about 5 seconds. Writing that same 2GB to the device took about 2 minutes. A decent little drive for a killer price.READ FULL REVIEW
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