Date Joined: 12/04/07
Pros: It worked great, it isnt too large and supported the resolutions I needed and it was pretty darn cheap.
Cons: Now when I say it worked it did, however after 6 months it just failed, now once I connected the adapter I have never moved it, however it completely failed in a pretty short time frame. Buy something a bit more expensive, I know I will to replace this one now.
Pros: Worked fine out of box gives my desktop PC 8Gb total memory, this is my second pair. Great price works wonderful.
Cons: Well can one ever have too much memory...not a con just a statement.
Overall Review: Love the heat sinks as im sure some day soon I will be overclocking my computer before I build a new one and make this a multimedia PC.
Pros: Worked fine even upgraded, has plenty of features for a basic wireless N router.
Cons: Only complaint is it seems to be a bit slugish at times with the local network on wireless, could be an issue with the apartment but the TV is less thank 8 feet away from the router.
Overall Review: I am thinking about using DDWRT firmware on it, it is supported in case you are wondering.
Pros: Worked out of the box, hooked up perfectly to my Wii and my LG TV.
Cons: None at all honestly.
Pros: Plays all types of videos I have thrown at it, upgraded nicely, purchased the wireless adapter, have been running netflix on it, great energy saver. and the price was AMAZING, packaged nicely works GREAT.
Cons: Only complaint I would have to give it would be well honestly nothing.
Pros: Works just like I expected. Shipped perfectly fine, and as always fast and packaged correctly.
Cons: I honestly cant think of a con other than how annoying some games are that FORCE you to use a nunchuck but thats a gripe to take up with Nintendo and game developers.
Pros: Cant believe I didnt have one before, I barely use my microwave and it cooks GREAT.
Cons: The only annoyance is that the temperatures in the book and on the top of the unit are in Celsius while the dial is in Fahrenheit. Takes a bit to get used to but its worth it.
Pros: Worked perfectly, bought it after my last card reader crapped out. Even allows transfers from a card to another with no problem and with the utility from the kingston website only shows when a card is inserted.
Cons: The same complaint everyone else has about it, the slide mechanism on top seems so pointless, but it doesnt effect performance or the quality.
Pros: This item came exactly as I expected and works great. Uses no additional power worked perfectly while I ordered a second drive to show movies on to my LG TV.
Cons: Being usb powered it isnt as fast as possible. (Felt I had to put some kind of con)
Overall Review: Worked perfectly for my Wii's USB loader to play backups as well.
Pros: Great mouse, works well I use it with another rf mouse and keyboard combo I bought from logitech.
Cons: I have had no problems with logitech in the past that they havent rectified in the past, however if I had to have a gripe I wish they had my old mouse ....R.I.P. MX400
Pros: It worked and tested two computers (one with a known good power supply and another with an unknown one) and it worked fine.
Cons: There are truly no cons, I wish there was a way to turn off that incessant beeping it does if you do not connect it to a pin while it is powered...although i guess its useful for a low voltage alarm.
Pros: I purchased two of these hard drives one for my operating system, and the other for just pure data. It has done great so far and I somewhat beat my hard-drives since I torrent constantly information so write access is hard and almost 100% since the day I bought it as I dont turn of my computer ever.
Cons: I have not found any cons, it came without a CD?
Pros: The memory runs fast, it was a bit of a pain in the begining but after updating my bios it worked fine. I havent overclocked it however.
Cons: I honestly cant think of any cons other than if only it was cheaper when I bought it. lol.
Pros: It's windows, its stable and its not vista. What else could I say? It was quite cheap at the time I bought it, so it was perfect.
Cons: Well if I had to pick something it's not as perfect as android, ;)
Pros: Okay this is an update to a previous review I posted, i said it was great but, kept crashing etc. I decided to RMA it after alot of troubleshooting through XFX, I have to say they are very very good tech support, took a few days to get a hold of them but very knowledgable (not sure if its a word) tech support. Now I RMA'd it to newegg, and bought an XFX 4350 from best buy (just a cheap card to use no onboard video), i installed it and the same issues....so...I had the case open and decided to check memory even though I had done so many Memory tests, Video Memory Stress tests, etc. I took one out, and all of a sudden I got tons of crashes and blue screens with it shutdown and tried the other stick in it, all of a sudden no crash, ok ran Heaven Benchmark all night, woke up no crash. then decided to insert the other stick...BAm, crash. Check your memory not with Memtest+ physically remove your memory.
Cons: I wish I would have known sooner, that it was my memory now i cancelled my RMA and they cannot stop it where its at and return to me from there, newegg.com will have to receive it and then send it back to me , so probably two weeks.
Overall Review: I read soooo much on websites about issues, some had them even after checking their memory thos have since been fixed with 10.1 and even better with 10.2 , and a few with defective card, I was an dumb, i should have checked memory as it was a new build....I hope this helps some people, can save you time and money of RMA'ing two different items at like 10 somethign a pop.
Pros: I didn't believe everyone else with problems on these cards......I though they were ignorant, or doing something wrong, they aren't.
This card is a beautiful card, I can max out just about everything with my Phenom II x4 945 , In windows 7 64-bit ultimate. It installed fine, I have not overclocked it, don't think ill need to or I will buy another for Crossfire. ( I gave it a three because if these issues are fixed it is amazing, it will get a perfect rating, but until then its so useless) Also effects 5770, 5800 series, some 5900 series and some 48xx series as well. Even without crossfire (I have only one card)
Cons: Okay where to start, the card is amazing...when its usable. I like many others on forums, etc, have had problems randomly occuring in games, or 3D applications, at first I thought it was a bad card, then I thought bad drivers, so I originally used 10.1; 10.2 was released today did a fresh install of windows 7 64-bit, Installed new drivers....worked amazing for uh a whole 10 minutes, then crashes like every other time I play a game, sucks too I am dying to play Dragon Age, Bioshock, and Burnout Paradise...bought them all for my new rig...I can only watch movies, and listen to music and browse the web...really pathetic for ATI/AMD, they claimed 10.2 would fix all this. It didnt. Now im not sure what I am to do, RMA for another bad card? I would have installed XP pro 32-bit; but the problem exists 32/64 bit; as well as anything from xp to vista, someone even claimed using Fedora Core it gave green screens of death as I am learning to call them. I can say I have lost all faith
Overall Review: in ATI; and AMD, how could they let so many people just sit here after we dish out our money (which isnt easy to come by these days) with amazing graphics cards that don't work. Doesnt seem to matter what motherboard, PSU, Memory, Windows version (32-bit or 64-bit), or even what Processor, Ive tried bios updates, changing ram, changing slots, reinstalling windows, different drivers. I think im begining to hate ATI and AMD. And if anyone from XFX is reading this, im ashamed to say I bought this from you, ive bought so many other cards from you without a problem shouldnt you warn people before they buy a potentially useless product? I am so upset with XFX, AMD and ATI. And even if it is fixed what do we get for spending money...for nothing....I hope an XFX rep reads this...its just sad. I cant believe im saying this but I might go with the other graphics card manufacturer...the dreaded 'N'. And for so many years I swore by XFX, ATI and AMD....now I warn stay away from them..sad...
Pros: Okay lets start out with the pros, It looks alot better than most other keyboards with a backlight, mainly because I got sick of all those Blue backlit keyboards. Secondly it has an odd shape i thought i would hate but to be honest it works, this keyboard is meant to look different and it is and not in a bad way. I love the three settings for backlight bright-low-off, it is extremely useful.
Cons: Hmm, a con i can think of which is kinda why it is a 4/5 Eggs; First off nothing is perfect it can always be tweaked, i dont truly like (yet) how the keys feel, they kind of feel cheap, or extra 'clacky' similar to a cheap office oem keyboard, but then again I came form a laptop (sold my previous computer and it has taken me awhile to get to affording a desktop build again, so it could just be i got used to laptop keys.
Overall Review: Overall what can i say i bought it for looks and it being different i can easily get used to this keyboard, It is very very nice. I suggest you buy it, it works for my games (Burnout Paradise/DMC 4/Crysis) for other games I use a controller anyway (PS2 controller still rocks)
Pros: Extremely cheap 100 for 20 bucks or less with free shipping. I have used them to backup ps2 games, wii games, gamecube games, dvd movies, music. And never had a problem not even one bad burn, and my drive is picky with different media types.
Cons: Out of the five or so 100 packs ive ordered one box came almost destroyed, however all the discs were in good condition and they all burned fine.
Overall Review: Perhaps smaller boxes that way it doesnt bang around, but like i said i never had a problem with the dvds its just a thought.