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This review is from: 2 pcs USB A Female to Micro B Male Converter OTG Adaptor Cables for Google Nexus 7
Pros: Not only does it work exactly as expected, but it got here quickly AND there's freakin TWO OF THEM. Also, this is with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (not the Nexus 7). USB is USB, the title is just a search grabber.
Cons: This isn't really a con but others may not realize this before buying: Don't expect it to act just as a passive cable extender. The cable itself is recognized and registered as its own device, with or without something else connected.
Other Thoughts: Of course, re-reading the title I now see that two cables were offered but still, it was like when the bank gives you two bills stuck together.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet and cables are thin. Handles my Radeon 270X and GeForce GTX 570 simultaneously at full load mining LTC.
Cons: - Not modular
- First one DOA
Other Thoughts: The first one I got was DOA but the amazing NewEgg handled it like expected and sent a brand new one to replace it that works beautifully.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Not as loud as one may expect.
Cons: I "upgraded" to two of these in SLI from my previous GTX 570 but after multiple benchmarks and CUDA testing, there seemed to be very little (and some applications showed less - namely source engine games) improvement over a single GTX 570. I wish I could say there was a bottleneck somewhere but honestly, check my sys specs below and you'll see - there are none.
By the way, these results were seen in both Windows 7 x64 Pro AND Ubuntu 13.04 x64, all with fully capable drivers and settings optimized.
Other Thoughts: - Intel Core i7 3930k @ 4.17GHz
- ASUS Sabertooth x79 Motherboard
- 16GB G.Skill DDR3-2133 RAM
- 256GB Samsung 840 SSD
- 3TB Hitachi SATA3 64MB cache
- Corsair AX1200i PSU
- Antec Twelve Hundred case
- Corsair H100i water cooling