Joined on 09/11/05
Pros: I purchased this keyboard just for the lit keys for my wife, since she games in the night and she wished she had something like my G510; however this keyboard is more than just a programmable keyboard. It has a pretty fast response, and no key lag unlike my G510, where its a digital keyboard that does occasionally get a "stuck" key. The low profile keys are at a perfect hieght, where they arent too low where you hit the key below it in a gaming situation. The programming feature is easy to use, however its too bad that the macro keys weren't designated to the left side, so you dont have to take your hand off your mouse... however I wont dock an egg because im a right handed gamer, and this could be very useful for a left handed gamer. It seems Azio has taken dexterity in creating the product.
Cons: none; however wife does wish it came it different colors.
Overall Review: If I didnt see my G510 on sale for being a return item at Best Buy, I would have bought one of these myself.
Pros: moves a lot of air, 2 mounted on a small budget radiator and push/pulls cooling it effectively
Cons: noisy, very noisy. No digital speed control via bios whatsoever, I imagine it can be controlled manually with a controller. Biggest con is one of the two fan's bearing failed after about 2 months of use, but cost prevented me to bother RMA. Just dealing with the occasional "squirrel death" sound.
Pretty good, could be better
Pros: Smaller, sleeker and overall better design, fans have a steel guard instead of the plastic on the 560 AMP! edition. Runs much cooler and faster than my old 560 it replaced, 3Dmarked in the 7k where the 560 3dmarked me in the 4.5k. Overall a great little card, much faster frames, even though it "technically" ran slower (has a lot more cores than previous GTX cards)
Cons: Doesnt work well with the previous GTX 500 series Zotac software, the firestorm resets the core clock down to 705mhz vs the 1000+ its supposed to be set at. Still ran much faster than my overclocked 560 which was at 1006mhz via Firestorm. I believe the Firestorm program that came with the older Amp! edition cards doesnt work to well with the newer 600 series cards. However, I was able to safely and reliably clock it back to the "factory advertised" speed no problem, but I see no boost performance with firestorm running. Sometimes during graphic demanding games the graphics crash, but I dont blame zotac or the card in general for that, I blame the current drivers.
Overall Review: I took one egg due to the zotac overclocking software not being very compatible to the new 600 series cards, but its just a theory, if people are getting 705mhz clock speed WITHOUT Firestorm, its false advertising and I hope they fix this soon. Nvidia also needs to fix the driver crash issue for the 600 series as well.
Pros: This is a great card for its price! Already superclocked, it is faster than the Ti series, and the zotac software comes with a card control program called FireStorm, to overclock it even further if you feel the need! I am able to play BF3 with max settings on a 1600x900 resolution (I know, not the biggest) flawlessly. This card replaced my GTX 280 OC from BFG that I got YEARS ago, which was able to handle BF3 quite well as well, but not complete max settings. The card burns alot cooler than the old GTX 280, with an idle temp at 33c and max temp of 80c with the automatic fan control, when the fan control is 100%, it burns at the hottest of 76c in BF3. Also shipped free to me with a total of 3 free games! A lot of cards cant beat that! Will fit in most cases, it is much smaller than the GTX 280OC it replaced TL;DR-- extremely great card for price, runs cooler and faster than the Ti editions and stock 560, comes with 3 free games (one in box, two from newegg), and did I mention price?
Cons: The only con that I can see for some people (doesn't bother me much), is that the fans are a wee bit loud at max speed, and some might complain about the venting into the case.
Overall Review: My card is paired with a 9800GT Physx card, and my PC's case temp never reaches above 30c, so my result may vary from others, but none the less its still a great card.
Ehhhh.... it works.
Pros: The card works great in my Pocket PC with the adapter, and it holds quite a bit more music, now it would be 2 gb cf cards and 1 Kingston 1gb Micro SD full of music! ...But it wasn't my main motive for the device.
Cons: In my own ignorant error, I realized that the card isn't compatible with my Motorola SLVR, of which I purchased the product for. Its not as fast as it could be, but its really not an issue with me.
Overall Review: All -n- all, its good product, works great with my pocket pc, but its not what I had originally had in mind. +Great Price +Quite a bit of memory -So far not compatible with Motorola SLVR L7