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This review is from: StarTech USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet NIC Network Adapter - Add Gigabit Ethernet network connectivity to a Laptop or Desktop through a USB port - usb 3.0 to gigabit ethernet - usb 3.0 gigabit adapter - usb 3.0 to ethernet - usb 3.0 adapter
Pros: Works on Mac and Win7
Cons: Bought this adapter to use on the USB 3.0 port on my Asus Windows 8 Laptop, the unit does not work at all, other reviewers say it picked up the driver automatically. However when I plug mine in it says the USB device has malfunctioned and does not show up in Device Manager to try and use different drivers.
Other Thoughts: At least I only wasted $30.00 on these piece of garbage.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Unisar NC480 Circumaural Compact Noise Canceling Headphones G5
Pros: These are great headphones for their price... do a great job of noise cancelling and the audio quality is good, of course if you're an audiophile you're probably not buying $40.00 head phones, but these are worth their price, very high quality
Cons: If you've got a huge head they might be too small.
Other Thoughts: These have to be the best value out there, it seems like a lot of 80$ headphones aren't this good.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is an awesome m-atx server board. I paired it with 16gb of KVR1333D3E9SK2 and it posted the first time out of the box and runs like a champ under load.
Using an E32130 CPU which is basically a 2600k with ECC support.
This is a solid ESXI 5.0 server so far and I highly suggest it for those looking for a m-atx server for this purpose.
Using it as a ESXI 5.0 testing lab and it's impressive. The ipmi port let's me manage this testing server from my workstation without an extra m
Cons: Takes a long time to post and the POST beeps are weird, I thought it was a post error the first time it powered on... no biggie.
32gb is not realistic with 4 dimms in today's memory
If you're using this for ESXi the 82579LM is not yet supported, but you can get a nice intel card for 30$, plus drivers for the 82579LM should be available soon.
Other Thoughts: I build a lot of enterprise level servers and super micro boards are the absolute best in their class, this board is worth the money if you want a solid box with 16gb ECC RAM and a nice
For those who wrote about problems with memory modules, make sure you are using memtest 4.2, the older versions of memtest don't support sandy bridge and you'll get weird results on those versions of memtest even though your memory is working fine.
Also it does come in the wrong box, as someone else wrote. Weird, but it's still an awesome server board buy it if you need it.