Date Joined: 06/05/08
Pros: Sturdy and works.
Cons: In some jacks, e.g. Cisco phones, the plastic cover doesn't let the connector to insert fully, so you have to apply some pressure for it to click. Taking it out after that is royal pain.
Pros: While it worked it was fast.
Cons: It died after 6 weeks of very careful handling. Not sure whether it is enclosure of the HDD itself and will not find out since I don't want to take it apart before sending to manufacturer for RMA. New egg doesn't accepts RMA past 30 days.
Overall Review: I'll update the review once I receive replacement from WD.
Pros: Throughout the years I owned 6 of these. Some people complain about rigidity of the wheel on new version, but I for one like it even more than the old version.
Cons: With heavy gamer abuse buttons get broken in and eventually you start getting double-clicks instead of a click. But it takes years to get there so it pays off in that period.
Overall Review: Make sure you get 3.0, not 4.0 junk.
Pros: These are two single rank pieces. Great to stuff up those old Intel motherboards with limited number of memory ranks i.e. Dell Precision 470 in my case. I coupled two pairs of these with a pair of cheaper dual rank KVR400D2D8R3K2/4G to get 12GB total.
Overall Review: BIOS in the dell box I upgraded complained about missing additional case fan required for more than 4GB of RAM. That fan retails for $250, but placing cheapo $5 3-pin fan to fool it did the job.
I assume if you're looking at this memory, you want to to upgrade some obscure branded workstation. Make sure you know your box requirements beforehand.
Pros: Got four of these for 2x2 setup. Since this model got a slim edge it's one of the few monitors which stacks up nicely both vertically and horizontally.
Cons: No problems whatsoever.