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This review is from: FREMO P100 10400mAh Power Bank External Battery Charger for iPhone, iPad Air, mini, Galaxy S5, Note, Galaxy Tab, Nexus, HTC One, One 2 (M8), PS Vita and other Smartphones and Tablets (made by SCUD)
Pros: Absolutely beautiful looks. Real aluminum with a brushed finish. It will look good no great next to any aluminum Apple product. If looks matter a lot to you this is a good item for you. I charged a trac phone with a micro plug I charged a trac phone with a mini plug. I charged a logitech keyboard with a micro jack.
It would allow your phone to run for a long time in an emergency.
Cons: Only one cable a usb micro to a standard usb 2 jack. when you charge a product you need it to be a usb 2 micro jack item . I have a cable with a usb mini jack so I was able to charge a few other items. In addition to the 1 cable it is a short cable so it may be a hassle to charge the item you want to charge. The provided cable also charges the battery box. plug the standard sized usb2 plug of the cable into the provided power source and the box will charge in about 4-6 hours. Oh I forgot there is not provided power source.
You to buy at least two things a cable with multiple adapters. A power to provide power to charge the battery pack
this item below fits the bill. It has power sources and cables
With both the Fremo p100 and the kit above you are well covered. With just the fremo p100 you can come up short.
Other Thoughts: I would have loved the p100 to have multiple cables and a power source for charging it.
It is really good looking and has a nice feel. I like the understated blue charge leds as they are not blinding. This pack has a real value in a prolonged power outage it will allow for really long uptime on your phones. I was affected by Hurricane Sandy. I had loss of power for days. I would have liked to have this around
Please be sure to realize you will need a power source to charge it and you maY need more cables then it came with.
Pros: Pros very well built pcb board is sturdy. Allows for a nicer spacing of 2 cards then many other companies.
If you have a big case and run 2 gpus using Prolimatech PRO-MK-26-BK MK-26 Black Series GPU Cooler's they will space far enough apart to run as sli and quietly .
A very big pro to run top notch cards in sli with no heating or sound issues.
It handles everything I do well. But I do not game much…..
Has 2 ethernet jacks very nice. Very good sound options. I can't find much flaw.
It also is the first board I have used that works with my ram .
Has physical bios switches .
Has better op amps you can swap out.
Has an internal power button.----------------------I really like that in a board.
I had two sticks of
AMD Radeon R9 Gamer Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400 (PC3 19200) Desktop Memory Model R938G2401U1K
this ram did not work in any motherboard. And I have tried 5 other boards . well it works fine with this mother board.
Cons: Could have a sys fan jack in one more spot.
My rear exhaust fan went across my gpu's to plug in.
For me it was okay due to the custom after market cooling on the pair of hd7970's I used. but if you have standard fans an issue.
Other Thoughts: High mobos are personal taste items.
Gigabyte, Asus ,Asrock and Evga , Intel boards Have all been in my home.
Gigabyte has consistently had two advantages zero failures everyone
worked. Two I like the spacing of the gpus better on gigabyte then any other mobo.
I am used to the bios so I don't complain about it. I also over clock gpus more then cpus or ram. I use msi afterburner.
Should you buy this sure why not.
It is close to the Asus z97-ws in price and quality. I really prefer the gigabyte's power button location over the asus's alot.
the rest and the power button on the asus are next to each other and a gpu can hide them causing you to press the wrong buttton. not the case with the gigabyte. trust me resetting your mobo when you do not want to is a hassle. most likely to happen with the asus not this board.
Pros: I am an eggspert reviewer
It comes in a nice box complete with a handle has a good look to it.
It has a very sturdy thick pcb board.
Has lots of quality caps.
Cons: None since this is the first part of the review and testing it has not started yet.
This is the reason for a 5 star review. the second part is the more accurate reivew I hope to have done it by the 1st of july
Other Thoughts: I plan to use an intel 4790 i7 cpu.
I will test it with an hd7970 gpu
I will test it with a pair of r280x visiontec cards
I will test it with an asus r290 card.
this will use a 1tb samsung ssd as the only drive
it will use mushkin silverline 8gb sticks of ram
and I have a pair of 4gb gamer sticks that I reviewed a while ago they failed to work in 3 different z87 boards maybe they work here.
I will put all of this into a fractal design 4 midsize case.
I will use a fractal 1000 watt platinum psu to power this.
I will use a decent usb dac and attempt to decide if I like the sound.
I will use an asus dvd player to load software and play some cd's dvds etc.
I will also use a new windows 7 ultimate os which arrives tomorrow.
Every once in a while I make a build that is to game and do htpc.
This has that goal in mind.