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Pros: UL cert, fully modular and is gold! I like gold.
Cons: This is where I normally place a beer, cooking or cleaning comment. Not today. Nothing wrong so far. Can't even comment on cable length because I used red braided extension cables whether I needed extra length or not. OK OK, no beer. Darn it.....Sorry!
Other Thoughts: Was running my 980ti on a 650 gold w/AMD 8 core, but for my I7 6700k build, water cooling and extra case fans, I wanted another 100 watts. This is doing very well. Got a great rebate on it........Hope it comes. Full mod is nice. Use only what you need. These cables are flat and easily hidden on side panel due to flat. UL cert was important to me.
UPDATE: Got the rebate, that brought my Xmas present down to 75 bones for this gem. When I was in the market for a PSU I went to the above mentioned review sites and when I found out who makes this for Corsair I was pretty much sold. I only needed to see the spec's at load. Great PSU.
This review is from: Lexar 64GB JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (LJDS75-64GABNL)
Pros: 64gigs, retractable, lanyard loop, free encryption software, usb3 and was only 12 bones. Awesome for the size.
Cons: I know it matters to some........Plastic housing. Me? Meh...
Other Thoughts: For 64gigs and a freebee that Clinton should look into it's a wonderful device. Plastic? 12 bones. No lanyard? 12 bones. Usb3? 12 bones. Even at the regular price it's worth it. Writing an 11gig file from mech HD it started out at 20MB/s then jumped to 30 and then settled in low 40's. Faster by far then any usb2 drive I've had. Maybe writing from ssds would net more.......12 bones folks. I'll take this much space for 12 bones.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's m.2 and NVMe
Cons: People, these NVMe drives are bottlenecked by cpu's. Cpu's can only max out at 32GB/s, NVMe will handle 64. Maybe a dual CPU server board will take full advantage..... ikn.
Other Thoughts: I use ssd's in raid 0 and got a terabyte for 50 bucks more then these and my I6700k with win10 just zips right along like boy howdy.. A board with two m.2 slots that will raid these NVMe drives are way more expensive then a board with one m.2. These in raid zero will be faster then one, but two ssd's for more space and lots less bucks is the way to go. Don't be afraid to go raid 0 on the SSD side when you find a great deal on any 3d nand drive. I got a great deal over Christmas.READ FULL REVIEW