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This review is from: SanDisk Extreme 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model SDCZ80-032G-A75
Pros: + High speeds
Cons: - The case its placed looks like its not gonna stand for more than a year...
Other Thoughts: This is not enough to take away one egg though; i my perspective it should be more solid - would make me happier.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + price
Cons: - dead pixel on arrival
after 40min of running at 144Hz i think i'm seeing another one near other dead red pixel...
Other Thoughts: I'm not happy...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + crossfire/sli support
+ fair quality of materials
+ 2x pci-e 8x
+ SATA ports are done the way it allows to plug in bigger gpu's without sacrifice of ports, as in some cases is.
+ Nice color pattern.
Cons: - a lot of strange issues
- problems when used with i5 2500k & crossfire 6970
doesn't want to run in PEG - bios has to be tricked to let you into OS... on bios update 1.70 it won't work anyway so for now i have to stick with 1.30 quite dodge.
- there are problems with case's as sometimes - issues with Ethernet port/usb 3.0 ports
- Ethernet driver problems
- bios/efi doesn't really give you much power, basic settings...
Other Thoughts: EFI looks nice but i fear it goes in a wrong direction -- not by it looks - but the future of it installments in next 5-10years it leads to cloud systems... where hardware will be taken away from consumer and that would lead that he will not own anything anymore and all of his data will belong to companies customer chooses to go to. Ultimately consumer will have to spend a lot of money and go through numerous of agreements that exploit consumer to get one thing or two he/she wants.
It gives a feeling that the people who promoted and made the PC's where its fathers; now slowly bolts nails into its coffin...
We currently are at dawn of the PC's, where people are more interested in tablets/phones because they look good (even if they don't need it), and are also no.1 in commercial propaganda; The consumers of that market are easiest to exploit and control after all.
Display Name: Konrad S.
Date Joined: 09/15/11
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