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Pros: Card is as fast as a Titan, the way it is clocked ad a fraction of the cost. if you want more buffer memory and a beast of a card this is it!
Cons: None. See other
Other Thoughts: Original card delivered by Newegg had a defect. While the card was being built, someone jammed the LED power cable into the post and snapped it off the motherboard. My original post said that the LED system was non functional and I gave a different rating. EVGA posted here and offered to help. I RMA'd through them and within a week, I had another brand new card delivered to my front door. I chose cross ship, so I played with the original for almost a week.
I cannot say enough about Newegg and EVGA. The Egg was willing to do an RMA as well, but I saved a lot of time, not having to down my main system while I sent a card back. EVGA made the process easy and listened and determined that it was a factory defect. Many thanks to the crew at EVGA, from Erik, Jason, Andrew and Christian. Sorry if I missed someone. I have been purchasing EVGA products since 2007, when I first noticed Newegg carrying the brand. The company is second to none in Customer service. There are a few companies like EVGA and Newegg left. Companies you can put your trust in.
This review is from: Lexar JumpDrive S75 256 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White)
Pros: Small footprint. Seems sturdy. Faster than the advertising would lead you to believe. I was exceeding 100 mb/s write while transferring files to the drive. Lexar is Crucial...usually pretty dependable.
Other Thoughts: Benchmarks via Diskmark 64
Seq Q32 R/W 220 147
4K Q32 R/W 5.56 0.225
Seq R/W 222 142
4K R/W 5.80 0.24
Drive is very impressive
Pros: Installed and instantly recognized by my Asus X99-A. XMP profile had the correct speeds and it is running at full 2400 MHZ. I like the black memory to match the color of my motherboard
Cons: Falled memtest the first time. Set up an RMA incase the memory is defective. Decided to troubleshoot as much as I could before I send back. Did some adjusting. So far, running memtest a second time without errors. See why in "other"
Other Thoughts: OK...after the first failure with at least seven errors by 51% of the test. Thought for a bit. First, decided to enter bios and clear XMP profile. Rebooted the machine back into the bios and let XMP assign values (which it did correctly) to this memory. Prior to installing this memory, had the same exact kit only 4 x 4 GB. By clearing XMP, I let the motherboard naturally set this quad kit up. So far,running memtest again...passed the first run in 1:31 with no errors. I am now on the second run and all looks good. If memtest keeps coming back error free...I will just ignore the RMA. BTW...I chose GSkill because the 4 x 4GB kit was awesome and I wanted to futureproof and add more memory for Adobe Premiere and Photoshop to work with.READ FULL REVIEW