Works Even Though Not on the QVL3/25/2021 7:47:28 AM

Pros: Does what it should do.I bought two modules separated by about a month, and they work flawlessly in dual channel configuration in my ASRock B460M PRO 4/ac - even though ASRock does not list them in their QVL.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Highly Recommended.

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Plug it in and it works - USB 3.2 Gen 2 Speeds Verified3/25/2021 7:29:55 AM

Pros: Appears to be very durable - and small.Included cables appear to be very heavy-duty - thickest I have come across.Verified Gen 2 speeds. See screenshots that show performance when connected to Gen 1 and Gen 2 ports.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Highly recommended.

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Everything But a Backlit Keyboard9/14/2018 3:49:01 PM

Pros: Large, beautiful, and clear 1080p display. Not heavy. Full keyboard.

Cons: No backlighting on the keyboard.

Overall Review: I am buying another one for my daughter immediately after I hit the "submit review" button.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Great for a 4k Monitor at 30 Hz Refresh Rate5/28/2018 4:41:38 PM

Pros: Flawless detail. Even very fine text at 3840 x 2160 / 30 Hz was outstanding. (I don't know how 60 Hz looks, but I don't need 60 Hz.)

Cons: A display port input would be a nice addition.

Overall Review: My Display Port to HDMI converter can only allow up to 4k / 30 Hz, so I do not know how it would look at 60 Hz. However, it is wonderful as a computer monitor for programming, data analysis, and other work-type stuff. Highly recommended.

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RUNS ANDROID APPS + Great 1920 x 1080 Screen3/18/2018 7:47:49 PM

Pros: Runs Android APPS. I got one of these over a year ago, and a few weeks ago mine got updated (automatically, of course) and now I can run apps, just like on my phone. Big, beautiful, 1920 x 1080 screen.

Cons: No cons (now that it runs Android apps).

Overall Review: Highly recommended Chromebook. If you are looking for a nice large-screen Chromebook, I don't see any reason to pay more.

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Flawless6/28/2015 6:26:15 AM

Pros: Works like it should Cheap

Cons: None.

Overall Review: Seems to be exactly what it says it is. Sorry I can't be more clever. Memory is a commodity. Is there any *documented* reason to pay extra for a name brand?

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Silent Running4/17/2015 10:08:49 AM

Pros: 80+ Gold certified Silent Lots of connectors Wires to connectors are in braided sheaths Appears to be very high quality

Cons: None

Overall Review: If do the math, you will find that an 80+ power supply (PS) will pay for itself. For my analysis I assumed that for the life of the power supply I would operate for one full year, 8,760 hours, at 200 W ("Kill A Watt" Reading with 100 % CPU (i5-2300) and 100 % GPU (GTX 960) usage). Now a cheap PS MIGHT BRAG about being 70 % efficient, so power IN = 285.7 W, thus consuming 2,503 kW•Hrs in 8,760 hours. At 200 W, this PS will be 90.13 % efficient (interpolated using the parabola defined by tested performance values downloaded from the certifying body, PlugLoadSolutions), so power IN = 221.9 W, thus consuming 1,944 kW•Hrs in 8,760 hours. Compared to the cheap power supply, this power supply will consume 559 kW•Hrs less in one year's worth of running. I pay $0.142/k•hr, so this power supply will save me $79 in 8,760 hours of operation. Here is the evaluation process as one big formula (efficiency is a number from 0 to 1): $_Saved = Number_of_Hours_for_Analysis * ( Operating_Power_in_W / Old_PS_Efficiency - Operating_Power_in_W / New_PS_Efficiency ) * Cost_of_Energy_in_$_per_kWHr * 0.001

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Great Deals on Toner, Too => Less Than 1/2 Penny per Page5/31/2014 7:00:18 PM

Pros: Duplex Flawless Print Quality Quiet, and in standby there is NO SOUND AT ALL Fast Easy setup for PC and iStuff Great Deals on Toner!

Cons: None

Overall Review: To elaborate on the last "pro", I have found that Newegg has so many great deals on the Rosewill toner cartridges, that I now have stockpiled at over half a dozen of the 2600-sheet toner cartridges. The best deal yielded a cost per printed page of less than ½ cent.

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Clear Audio and Easy BT Connection5/24/2014 2:26:38 PM

Pros: Easy Bluetooth connection. (I showed someone who typically gets upset trying to do new computer things how to connect the Windows 8 laptop to the speakers, and a week later (a week without even trying to use the speakers) was able to connect happily.) Display is nice. Shows status pretty clearly, and is genuinely helpful.

Cons: No front cover cloth for the bar. You have to look at speakers.

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Good, But Not for Roku4/3/2014 5:42:59 PM

Pros: Works as it should.

Cons: Does not work with Roku 2 SX (which is not an issue for me because the Roku sits atop the TV, and has a short HDMI cable of its own.)

Overall Review: Tests yielded flawless signal with, 1) Standard (widescreen) resolution Pioneer DVD player model DV-420V with a LCD TV SCEPTRE X408BV-FHD. 2) Sony Blu-ray player model BDP-S1100 with a Vizio 32" TV (model # unknown) playing Hunger Games in 1080p mode. However, test with a Roku 2 XS yielded old-fashioned analog static punctuated by digital rubbish. I suspect the Roku output circuitry is not made for a long cable.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Great Duplex and Low Power Consumption in Sleep Mode2/2/2013 10:11:02 AM

Pros: Prints duplex perfectly and quickly (<16.5 seconds from sleep mode to printed copy). Dead silent in sleep mode - which it goes in to in three minutes (you can adjust this delay time). Very low power consumption in sleep mode (0.9 W). Easy manual feed for card stock and envelopes. We have used it on 65 lb stock with no problems. There is a straight-through feed mode also for use with envelopes.

Cons: None.

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Small and Works5/24/2012 8:46:48 PM

Pros: Small size - sticks out from USB socket only 5/8 inch (16 mm). 32 GB

Cons: None

Overall Review: Highly recommended.

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Great for FSX - Download Drivers from Nvidia10/12/2011 8:57:58 PM

Pros: Runs FSX (Microsoft Flight Simulator X) at highest possible graphics settings, even with my super-cheap refurbished computer.

Cons: The Win 7, 64-bit drivers that came with the card caused the machine to fail to start-up. The card would work when the machine was started up in Windows Safe Mode. However, when starting up in other than Windows Safe Mode (thus when the drivers that came with the card were being called), the machine would repeatedly reboot itself. I downloaded the drivers from Nvidia, and all is well.

Overall Review: I bought the card so I could run FSX (Microsoft Flight Simulator X) at high resolution with my super-cheap refurbished computer. That it does with all the graphics settings at maximum, (screen resolution = 1920x1080x32). I suspect I get about 20 frames per second at extremely dense locations, like San Francisco, and much higher rates when the environment is less complex. Computer = Gateway DX4850-27eu Desktop PC - Intel Core-i5 2300 @ 2.8GHz, 6GB DDR3, 1.5TB 5200 rpm HDD, DVDRW, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit. Two augmentations to the $400 refurb: 1. COUGAR A-Series A760 (CGR B3-760) 760W ATX12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Ultra Quiet Power Supply 2. This video card.

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Silent Running10/11/2011 9:49:39 PM

Pros: 80+ Bronze certified Silent Lots of connectors Wires to connectors are in braided sheaths Appears to be very high quality

Cons: None

Overall Review: If do the math, you will find that an 80+ power supply (PS) will pay for itself. For my analysis I assumed that for the life of the power supply I would operate for one full year, 8,760 hours, at 438 W (calculated using the Newegg Power Supply (Wattage) Calculator). Now a cheap PS MIGHT BRAG about being 70 % efficient, so power IN = 625.7 W, thus consuming 5,481 kW•Hrs in 8,760 hours. This 80+ Bronze PS will be at least 84.54 % efficient at 438 W (57.63 % rated power), so power IN = 518.1 W, thus consuming 4,538 kW•Hrs in 8,760 hours. Compared to the cheap power supply, this power supply will consume 943 kW•Hrs less in one year's worth of running. I pay $0.142/k•hr, so this 80+ Bronze power supply will save me $134 in 8,760 hours of operation.

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