Date Joined: 10/31/04
Pros: got a great combination of instant savings and a rebate so it was a great deal. Fast and tons of space.
Pros: one of the best things about the galaxy tab 10.1 is that it's super slim, and this case preserves that. Definitely the minimum amount of width to provide protection.
Great for slipping into a laptop bag or backback. Will protect it from scratches and bumps from other components in your bag.
Tab easily slides in and out. You can charge it while it's in there or listen to music via headphones.
Pros: I've had it for 2 months. It has an excellent screen and it's super thin.
HD Youtube is glorious and has made my day when I stayed home sick.
I have to charge every 4 days or so with my light use patterns of morning/evening internet time and an additional 1h of video per day.
Netflix works but the current app only delivers SD quality video.
Cons: Charging cable is proprietary and too short to use while plugged in to the wall.
Pros: It's windows and it's cheap and it's legit.
Cons: It's windows? :-)
Overall Review: I'm not reviewing Windows here, just the OEM delivery by newegg. Definitely the cheapest way to put legit windows on your custom machine.
Pros: Great random access times. Good capacity.
Cons: Not a great value compared to SATA drives.
You have to manually provide a driver during OS installation.
I feel misled by the Read/Write speeds. They are reporting brief random read and write times, but not sustained read/write. I expected sustained much higher, but it was more like 60-90mbps.
Overall Review: You're better off with an OCZ 3 Series SATA III SSD.
I was expecting face-melting speeds but it performed equal to other SATA SSDs.
Pros: upgraded from 3x3870 to one of these. Much faster, handles DX11 great, pretty quiet.
Cons: Makes a lot of heat, so I point a fan at my gaming desk while playing. The card stays cool, but I don't, but that's because it's exhausting all the heat properly.
Pros: Can't beat the price.
Cons: First one came DOA, easily RMAd. It happens.
Overall Review: Sometimes parts ship DOA. But the price on this can't be beat.
Pros: great balance of price and performance.
Pros: plenty of power and a great value. Modular is very convenient.
Pros: bought for acceleration in Adobe CS, works great. Great value.
Pros: been running for 8 months no problem. Great value.
Pros: big and cheap. Awesome laptop upgrade.
Pros: it's ram and it's cheap.
Pros: great OS drive. Ubuntu boots super fast. Cheap (compared to others at the time).
Overall Review: I would recommend buying a newer model, as they are faster and cheaper and higher capacity.
Pros: bought to make a coworker's workstation. Everyone was jealous for a long time :-)
Cons: price, but you get what you pay for.
Pros: I love antec earthwatts. Cool, quiet, cheap and reliable. I've bought many.
Pros: built a great cheap quad-core workstation on this four years ago. I no longer own it but it's working great for someone else.
Pros: I have bought or recommended at least 5 of these for workstation computers. They're spacious and quiet and *very* light. Great for carrying around the office to setup at people's computers.
Huge vents mean even if they get dusty they keep cooling.
Cons: It doesn't make sandwiches.
Pros: had it for about a year and a half now. It's very fast, access times are great. Wish I had bought a larger one (then I did :-) ).
Cons: I had an issue with windows installed on this drive after a year. Reinstall had trouble as well, ended up using it as an application drive instead of OS drive.
Overall Review: I would recommend buying a newer model as they are less expensive, faster, and have higher capacity.
Pros: silent. Keeps the card pretty cool.
Cons: You won't be able to over clock much with these, since they're passive.
The little heat sinks that stick on to the card tend to fall off.
Passing a crossfire cable through them is difficult but possible.
They are very large, make sure you have room.
Pros: works great
Pros: owned for 3 years. Still works great.