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Pros: HA, HA,*@&^*&^%%!!
Cons: Corrupted two drives, then failed
Other Thoughts: Corrupted two WD drives, both less then 2 yrs old. One drive was un-repairable. I rarely move drives, but because of some boot-up issues, I removed my USB devices on the fly. Finally figured out it was this card. Soon after it just flat-out died. So much for the benefits of USB 3.0. Need more USB 3.0 ports?, buy a new mobo.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap at 80 something. Faster boot, shutdown and App launching. HD media serving is a highlight.
Cons: Underwhelming performance. 0 support. Poor benchmarks.
Other Thoughts: Need some handholding like instructions, support, tools and/or updates? Look elsewhere. I wanted to check for a firmware update, so there's a support page which contains a Serial No. Integrity Checking & Firmware Download entry box. No explanation as to how and it didn't seem to work, so I contacted support via the contact page. I received a response back from Korea stating that 'they' could not get the page to work either and to call SK Hynix, USA. I did call a couple of times and receive no response from Henry(message left) or my second request for support. They had no clue that they even sold SSDs? The second largest memory manufacturer, but absolutely no clue with supporting a consumer(their first?) level products. My benchmarks are very low and not matching other's. Running Win 8 64, A6-5400K APU(excellent performance for the price point) and an ASRock FM2A75M-ITX(mine's been problem free, but lot's of cooked VRMs out there).READ FULL REVIEW