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Cons: Mine came with hinges attached with the wrong screws so they wobble and the display won't close properly, broken battery catches so the battery just slides out, and not POSTing.
Other Thoughts: At this point, there's my review and two others, and all of ours have serious problems with the units. Skip it and try another refurbisher.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Relatively quiet, very high performance, single GPU.
Cons: Not as fast as the dual GPU solutions, expensive.
Other Thoughts: This is the fastest single GPU card on the market as of this writing. Higher performance models use SLI or Crossfire on the card, and come with their associated problems and difficulties.
While the performance increase over similar cards with lower clock speeds is modest, this unit offers performance without the tweaking hassle - and still lets you tweak to your heart's content.
Pros: The price is attractive, and the company offers interchangable trays with its other SATA products, including options for E-SATA enclosures. Properly cabled it gives feedback as to drive failure and has a built-in overheat alarm that can be set at multiple temperatures.
Cons: This is a big unit, and is a tight fit into any chassis, almost as though it is a milimeter or so too large. The enormous depth meant that it barely fit into a 4U chassis. The cabling is also difficult to work with, located as it is right next to the rather large (and very much needed) fan housing.
Overall the downsides are not something unexpected on this type of product, and it doesn't loose an egg due to them.
Other Thoughts: SATA backplaines that are not specifically designed for the particular server chassis (and even some that are!) are known for having issues with the backplanes causing errors, slow performance and dropping drives, and so I was wary and careful, but I experienced no such issues on the ones I purchased.READ FULL REVIEW