Date Joined: 04/17/07
Cons: Never really worked right, weird issues, sent them back.
Overall Review: Price is great if you get a working pair
Pros: Worked great until it died
Cons: Died after 3 months, used it maybe 10 times.
Overall Review: One minute it was transferring, the next it froze up, unresponsive. I have literally never had a USB drive fail on me in over 17 years that could not be-reformatted to bring it back to life. I guess my luck ran out.
Pros: It works
Cons: It did not automatically show the available resolution in Windows
No HDR (Works at 30hz, but not 60hz, even though it is enabled on the TV)
Overall Review: I guess this is only useful on graphics cards that do not support HDMI 2.0, such as the Radeon 290x, but happen to have displayPort and you want to have 60hz on your 4k without all of input and mouse lag.
You will probably need to setup a custom resolution to get it to work though. The weird issue with setting up the resolution is that you have to switch to 1080p 60hz. Then after you are in that resolution you can create a custom resolution. (Just type in 3840 2160, 60hz )
At least on my machine, if you were already in 4k 30hz, it would not allow you to save a 4k 60hz resolution, it would say not supported. You would do the same thing to setup 1440p too.
And make sure your HDMI (2.0) cable supports 4k 60hz
Pros: They usually work, had a few failures.
Cons: The price has went up 30% on these discs since last year (2015), but is still better than the 35-$55+ charged by other retailers...
Overall Review: Bring down the price, harddrives are a cheaper than buying these discs
Pros: Easy setup, future proof ipv6 support, finally upgraded from my old USR router. Runs cool. New firmware 1.1.5 is available on engenius site.
Cons: none yet
Pros: Works great as advertised.
Has a NB Fan Connector
4 Ram Slots
More than enough USB Slots
Lots of other plugs I probably will never use
Cons: None Yet, although the ram could be moved over just a tad.
No Case sticker!
Overall Review: do not RMA for the power connector, you can still power the MB with the 4pin power connector, just plug it in.
My CPUz says I have a SB750, when I am supposed to have a SB710...should I thank someone if this is really true...If in doubt and you really need to know, just remove the heatsink and look...
Pros: The short... cooling a 95w AMD 7750 dual-core running 2.7(stock speed). Before- Stock Aluminum Fin Cooler with Artic Silver 29c idle, 48c load.
Buffalo Heat Pipe w/ Artic Silver (I never tried the stuff in the box) 17c idle, 32c load (100% both cores)
For the cheap price, this cooler is mad. The extra air flow even cooled off my video card by 3c.
Cons: 3 pin fan connector...
Overall Review: diamond in the ruff!
Pros: am2+ works great! able to use 1066 memory, cheap price for great performance
Overall Review: replacement for my 3800x2 Socket 939... my mother board died
Pros: It does what it is supposed to do, can control fans or lights...
Cons: very bright leds(covered them partially with electrical tape), has all of these 4 to 3 pin conversion wire adaptors, but no 3 pin extension cables ( would have been nice)
Pros: Works every-time!
These are not a no-name brand like everyone thinks, they have been around for a long time...
Overall Review: /
Pros: fast, plug and plays with the Wii
adds 15000 blocks of storage
Overall Review: did i mention it works with the wii, why waste your money on a sd card with the word Wii printed on the front of it for twice as much
Pros: lightweight, last a long time, sounds great, microphone works great also, can use without the ear loop
Overall Review: great deal
Pros: it works
Cons: little slow, but you get what you pay for
Overall Review: buy one, you never know when you will need it