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Pros: I like the performance out of the box. Also for overclocking. And again for the energy conservation options, pretty sweet. Plenty of computing power for my needs, and I just sold my server/workstation, 2 quad core AMD Opteron Shanghai 2378 2.4Ghz, 8 solid cores. Rendering now takes a little longer in Maya, flies in Adobe CC, and doesn't lag on anything so far.
Cons: Cooler bulky, really only complaint. I cannot fit a side fan on my case unless I go from 200mm down to 140 or 170mm and custom mount. No worries, plenty of other sources of airflow.
Other Thoughts: I am a proud owner of a nice piece of desktop power. I know there's lots of debate. I wanted something from the box that the company could stand by, out of the box! (Since overclocking isn't my specialty)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works for me, like a charm, flawless. I don't know why there is so much debate over this. It works, and does so with a little noise while working, but that's owning a computer for you. Why is everybody wanting everything to be silent? IF everything works silent, you don't know if it's working!
Cons: want it for lower price
Other Thoughts: Noise isn't that bad like some say. plug and play. wish it came with software to watch Blu-Ray discs! Movies I bought from the store. Still working on that though.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TOSHIBA Canvio Connect 1TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive HDTC710XK3A1 Black
Pros: I have a 2TB version and now a 1TB version. Both of which I deleted the partition and got rid of pre-installed software. Now I have extra storage space. I still really like the feel of the materials, weight, size, and capacity.
Cons: cable is short, not a con, just be aware.15" long (15 inches)
Other Thoughts: The pre-installed software seems useful for some people, but I will never use it. and on backups,,, I do those manually thus getting rid of the need for auto backups.
I will clone the drive, or just use as extra storage depending on my needs.