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This review is from: Prolimatech PRO-LGA-2011 Mounting Kit for LGA 2011 motherboard
Pros: Bolts into the 2011 MB.
Cons: There are no "nuts" unless they are counting the part that you can get a hold of to tighten into mother board.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Wilson Electronics Cellular Phone Signal Booster 841263
Pros: Works great. Improved my roaming signal in my basement as well as my non-roaming signal. Calls are loud and clear with no disconnects.
Cons: Probably worst thing is the price, but I knew a good one wouldn't be cheap.
Power cord for the device could be a bit longer.
Other Thoughts: The picture displayed currently as of this comment is not what you are getting. It comes with the Wide Band Directional Antenna in stead of the Omni Directional Building Antenna. Hiding the indoor antenna might be difficult, it is rather large. There is enough cable for most installations I would think, but you can always make a longer antenna cable from regular rg6 cable if needed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Accell B087B-005B DisplayPort to DVI-D Active Single-Link Adapter
Pros: When it is working, it works well. Monitor is detected by Win 7 as supposed to be. Apparently there is Firmware in the adapter that can be updated.
Cons: Had some issues with the monitor blinking out (either the cable or video card is at fault, not the monitor, tried all 3 that I have) and then getting that the signal was not correct (like when you set the resolution too high).
Unplugged it, left it out for a while, plugged it back in and seems to be working now. Tried installing the firmware, said it was already current, reinstalled anyways.
Other Thoughts: Right now the monitor is working fine, so we will see. Hard to blame the cable when it could also be the video card. Also the adapter was a bit warm, but not hot, so not sure if there could be a heat issue. I doubt that as the adapter was only warm to the touch and not HOT.
I have this for about 2 months and the computer is pretty much on all the time.
If you are having issues, try updating the adapter's firmware. The issues described on their site explains my problems exactly.
I docked it an egg because of the issue I was having (since I got the adapter).