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Pros: It really quiet. it can keep my Core i7 4790 running at 100% load on just 50 to 52 degrees Celsius and the fan running at 1500 RPMs. I tested this cooler for 14 straight hours 100% load, never exceeded 52 C.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for a mini-ITX, I had pretty much no room for good ventilation, so I decided to buy this one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA DashDrive UV128 32GB Flash Drive Model AUV128-32G-RBY
Pros: It's super fast, and huge capacity. It's a very good product.
It's not bulky, it's light, fast, but mainly is really fast, I have achieved speeds upto 50 MB/s yes, that's right, MegaBytes. I love it because I can transfere huge files from from pc to pc or movies to play on my Media Player.
Cons: less than 6 months durability!
Sadly, this is the second piece that fails after a few weeks, or months. the first one I bought failed after 2 weeks, I got an RMA and a week later I got a new one. Sadly the second one just died on my 5 months later.
Other Thoughts: for 26 dollars, I think this piece is worth every penny, just be aware, this devices are super fast, but not very durable, the good news is that ADATA does honor the waranty. So, if you are looking for a durable device that you can trust, keep looking. But if you are looking for a device that you use everyday to move files and not storage, and you don't mind having to request an RMA from time ti time, then this is the device for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA DashDrive UV128 64GB Flash Drive Model AUV128-64G-RBY
Pros: This flash is super fast, I mean super fast, it runs 40-60 MB/s without any problems.
It's small, thin, and good looking.
Cons: Died after 5 days of use.
Even though, I'm not take any eggs out of it. why? simple, electronics FAIL from time to time, I understand that even if ADATA's QA rate is 99%, that means I have 1% chances to get a bad one still.
I returned it to neweeg and they immediately sent me another one. I hope the new one arrives soon.
Other Thoughts: You need to plug it into a USB3 port, if you plug it into a USB2 port it will run at 20-30 MB/s.
So if you really want to make the best out of it you need a USB3 port.