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This review is from: ASUS ROG RAIDR Express PCI-E 240GB PCIe 2.0 x 2 MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: Works quite well with AMD Cross Hair V motherboard , 8 core proccessor @ 4.4 ghz basic no over clock , 16 gb pc 2400 @ cas 9 , MSI R9 290 video card , WD 1 tb black , 2 tb black , and 2 wd 300gb Raptors in raid 0 , 1150 watt ps , Asus 24 inch 3 ms monitor , Blackhawk midtower case.
Cons: 240 gb formats down to 220 gb , you have to remove games that you have downloaded so you can play a different game , you download a game that takes up 32 gb of space plus several others over 20 gb , soon you run out of room to play your games without glitching . With the drive only 2/3 full it works fine , but after that the drive and the performance drops. I only have one thing to say to ASUS , if you can make this good of a 240 gb PCI-e hardrive , why not make one over 750 gb atleast ?????READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works great , powered up @ 4.4 ghz , runs @ 30 c , fan and pump are on 24/7 while system runs naturally.
Cons: Bad design on water cooler mounting spacer , should / have a rubber grommet for mounting spacer. I will replace it later next month , when I install ROGR hard drive card.
Other Thoughts: MB Asus Crosshair V formula-Z
CPU AMD FX-9370
Mem 2x4 gb ddr2400 cas 9 g.skills
Vid MSI R9-290 4gb ddr5 512 bit ROCKS BF4 92 FPS
Case Rosewill Blackhawk
PS. Rosewill 1150 watt
Main drive for now 2 WD x 300 sata lll raptors in Raid O
WD 2 Tb Black Edition Sata lll
Seagate 250 gb Sata ll
Pros: At first was recognized as 1600 , then set bios up for 2400 and immediately was working , Using 9370 AMD cpu with water cooling. Memory worked great cpu ran at described speed 4.4 ghz , NO BLUE SCEEN when set CPU to 4.7 ghz turbo mode. Getting another pair & Asus raidr card.
Other Thoughts: MB Crosshair V
CPU AMD 9370 Water cooled
Mem Trident X 2400 2x4 cas9
Video Msi R9 290
PS 1150 watt Rosewell
2 SATA III 300WD Raptors in Raid 0
Rosewell Midtower case
Display Name: Robert K.
Date Joined: 07/01/05
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