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Pros: The number one quality that this company has is its customer service, they make a promise to respond to any email you send them within 24 hours - they kept that promise through out a email chain I had with them about the product I purchased here.
The camera system here they offer works very well in both dark and daylight and does everything I need for it to do and is very easy to hook up, the hardest part is running the wires and even that I wouldn't say is hard, more time consuming then anything else is all.
Cons: My frist camera was DOA. However I am not knocking an egg off for this because the company has extremely good customer service and they are very nice, friendly people who keep there promise on responding to there clients within 24 hours.
Other Thoughts: I would gladly purchase another device from this company if I ever needed too in the future with out any hesitation at all because even though my first camera was DOA, with the good customer service I recieved I was able to get a new replacement camera sent to me free of charge which arrived in 3 days after the RMA was issued and I did not need to send the defective camera back.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake A4022 92mm CPU Cooler
Pros: This new CPU cooler dropped the idle temps on my CPU by about 10 degrees and kept it much cooler during gaming and heavier use of the CPU.
Cons: hmm, can't think of any.
Other Thoughts: Keep up the great work Newegg!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: PCI Express 2.0
*****SAYS:****** it supports CrossFireX
Cons: So it says it can support CrossFireX... lets just say I have tried the drivers from the disc that came with the card... the newest release of drivers from ATI's website... AND the drivers from PowerColor's Website for this card. None of them allow CrossFireX to run on this card with out having a CrossFireX Bridge plugged in. So... let me quote the manufacture response's for this card...
"I suggest doing a little more research before making your purchases. Not all cards that support Crossfire have Crossfire interconnects, nor have the need for Crossfire bridges. With that being said, you cannot Crossfire this card with a 4850 by another manufacturer. With other models it's possible that what you're trying to do will work, but not with this model. If you have any questions regarding this card or about Crossfire in general feel free to e-mail me and I'll be more than happy to help you. Thanks. Hugo@powercolor.com"
That is Manufacture response number one - below is number two:
Other Thoughts: "This card can be ran in Crossfire with another one of these cards. Unfortunately you cannot Crossfire this 4850 with a 4850 that requires the bridges to be connected. If you have any other questions feel free to contact me and I'll help you out. Hugo@powercolor.com, thanks.
Both of those Manufacture responses are written by someone by the name of "Hugo" Seeing as I can't get CrossFire to run on this card I decide to go & email this guy to ask him to help me enable CrossFire to run with 2 of these cards & he sends me back a response which stated something I already knew (you need 2 of these exact cards to use CrossFire on them) I sent him back a response saying I already know that & I ask him if he can help me get CrossFire enabled.
He has yet to respond to me.
Yet he says if you need any further help or questions to email him & he would be glad to help you - right.
So far from what I can see - this card does NOT support CrossFire.
Even Hugo cant tell me how.