Joined on 01/20/11
Pros: Works at advertised speeds. Works period
Overall Review: Not on MB verified RAM list, no post, but hit 'MemOK' and away it went. 10-10-10-27 and now have 32Gb useable memory. Not sure if I will leave in current AMD setup or save for Intel i7 future build. Either way plan on setting aside a few Gb for RAM disk - maybe put a game or two on it (RAM disk) Wasn't sure if it would work acceptably on current AMD 1090T / Crosshair 4 Formula rig but they (both sets of 16Gb Corsair) work and now have 32Gb of usable system memory. Necessary? No Did it just because it could be done and pleased with the results? Absolutely.
Pros: Dual band works -
Cons: IP issues on v3. I also checked the DDWRT site before purchasing this router and v1 and v2 are compatible but not v3. Have reset the router many times to resolve issues, power cycled it, etc THEN went to install DWRT on it and v3 isn't supported, but there is no indication on the box which version is inside. Didn't even try to install DDWRT - would keep it if I could flash better firmware on it - or if it worked like a $100 router should Did not get through Newegg and will be returning to B&M retailer.
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Pros: Great price Solid Software DIY
Cons: Replaced stock Toshiba drive http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822149380&cm_re=toshiba_DT01ACA050-_-22-149-380-_-Product with a WD 2Tb Purple http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822236661 with no issues. Stock drive was not defective, but reviews suggest it might not be the best for the job. Any job, really.
Pros: Active display port adapter not required for Eyefinity. Experienced Eyefinity consumer (6048 x 1080) since the HD 5870 - then crossfired 6870s - now this. By far the best investment made in a while.
Cons: none so far. Other reviews state that heat is an issue, but have yet to witness it myself.
Overall Review: Active adapter not required for Eyefinity 3x1 No heat issues (two weeks, many games)