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Pros: Cheap and it does what it supposed to do.
Cons: So far... None.
Other Thoughts: I used this to split the video from my gaming PC to another PC with a capture card. My capture card could not capture 1080 @ 60hz so I had to use 720P. The splitter did it's job. I'm not sure if it is the splitter, but it would not send audio thru the HDMI. I don't use the audio from HDMI normally so I don't know.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast... Even in surround. 3 (mini) HDMI outputs with no adapters.
Cons: High price... But worth it.
Other Thoughts: I started out with a Radeon HD 6950 on (3) 27" 1080p monitors in Eyefinity. I upgraded my media room to (3) 43" LED HDTV's, but the 6950 would not connect to 3 HDMI inputs, even with adapters. I was forced to use 1 VGA analog port. So, I upgraded to the Sapphire HD7950 Flex Edition. I thought the Flex edition would work with the (3) HDMI inputs, but not fully. I was stuck having to use the Analog VGA again. Then, I found this card with the 3 HDMI outputs and it works BEAUTIFULLY!!! In surround mode, it's still has a very smooth frame rate at very high settings. I was planning on running 2 of these in SLI, but so far I have not had any frame rate issues using just one. BF3 is a blast on (3) 43" HDTV's. (I still use the controller while sitting on a comfortable loveseat)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Could be fast, if it worked.
Cons: Worked fine for half of Win7 install, then would freeze up for 3-5 minutes before continuing. Managed to complete install, then the drive would freeze and the HD light would stay on. Then the system would no longer recognize the drive. I tried this drive in 2 other working systems with the same results.
Other Thoughts: Tried to RMA back to Newegg, but was refused because I no longer had the retail packaging. Buyer be ware! Buy at your own risk!READ FULL REVIEW