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Pros: Easy to install in Windows. Four ports with memory caches for this price is incredible. Good performance.
Cons: Like most RAID cards, it is difficult in Linux and VMWare to get running.
The single port/cable for all four connections limits the cable routing options.
It looks like this is the same card as the 8 port, but would have one more port with another four connections on it.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for. If you are using Windows it is tough to justify a more expensive card. If you are using Linux or VMWare you may want to pursue a major vendor card.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G9x Black Two modes scroll USB Wired Laser 5700 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: The mouse is very smooth thanks to the large teflon pads. I love the thumb rest to prevent your thumb joint from rubbing as you move the mouse. The braided usb cable screams quality. I like a medium weight mouse so the weight calibration is fantastic. You can have it nearly weightless, or quite substantial. Precision to die for.
Cons: The scroll wheel clicks. Great for gaming, not the best for document reading. I live with it.
Other Thoughts: This is my second G9 mouse from logitech. Once I had one at home, I had to have one at work. I used to be a fan of MS mice, but I am a convert.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS Sabertooth X79 LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Rock solid stable.
Supports 64GB of ram flawlessly
3 PCI-e 8/16 slots for high bandwidth expansion cards
Tons of storage connectivity
Excellent chassis fan connectivity
Cons: The tuff armor fan was less than intuitive.
Other Thoughts: Wow, those other people must have been really unlucky. This is my third Sabertooth and it worked as flawlessly as the first two.
I loaded windows without a hitch, I loaded linux on it with no issue. I have all sorts of add-in cards in this as well.
Pefect for a home server.
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