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Pros: Large size. Cheap when purchased two years ago before the Thailand flood. Three years warranty.
Cons: Purchased three. One failed after two years + 5 months. Still remain to be seen how the other two stand.
Other Thoughts: Used as part of the NAS raid 5, in light use.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: Can't wake up my PC from the sleep mode.
I had two DELL XP PCs connected to this device. The device would work fine as long as at least one of the PC is actively. But overnight, both machines will go into power-saving/sleep modes. So in the morning, at least one of the PC won't wake up. Had to forcefully power on/off (by holding down the power button for 5 sec). Not good! This made the switch useless!
Other Thoughts: This may be due to loss of power to the switch when the PCs went into sleep. It would be nice if the switch is powered by itself (via its own power source) so it stays alive.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1. Cheap, even at the stock speed.
2. OC and 4th core
3. 6MB L3 cache
4. Runs cool
On MSI 770 board with 2x2GB DDR3 RAM. 4th core unlocked and stable. With the AMD OverDrive utility, easily cranked the speed to 3.5 GHz (increased the Multiplier value) at the default voltage settings, using an old stock fan (from an earlier Athlon X2 CPU deal three years ago).
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW