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Pros: One extra egg because it shipped quickly, packaged well, etc.
Cons: This is not a user serviceable part if you ask me. The existing keyboard had a glued on foil covering that included the two threaded mounts molded in. Peeled it off old unit but it will never go on machine-smooth perfectly by hand. There are about 30 snap-in pegs that hold the KB to the frame that are impossible to snap together by hand as well. I had to chuck this one (it would cost 40-50% of the original cost to ship it back not including time) and purchased a KB in the frame for $60.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, like any other SSD.
Cons: Six out of ten failed in one year. Other colleagues of mine have experienced similar results. But what really gives this the most negative review is that Kingston warranty service sucks...if it exists at all, I can't reach anyone helpful.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked as expected. Low cost vs. the power it has. Mines Dogecoin with a 130 K/Hs rate without any over clocking. I'm not a fan of OC'ing in general but tried it, and this card did error out when cranked up. Works fine with default settings.
Other Thoughts: Home automation and video capture server was already running a proxy 24/7 for my Bitcoin ASIC blades. A few more watts drawn and it is generating about $10 in Dogecoin a week.READ FULL REVIEW