Joined on 08/04/11
USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Pros: It is faster than a 2.0 USB Flash Drive. Large capacity @ 256gb. Price is OK I guess.
Cons: Not as fast as an external SSD drive. I should have bought that instead.
Overall Review: If you don't mind the slow speed compared to a external SSD than this is probably a good buy for you.
Good Quality Motherboard
Pros: This mobo is heavy and solid, feels like quality parts are used. Face plate is molded on which makes it easier to install. With my components it is fast.
Cons: No e-sata plug in. I have a pc case with an e-sata cable. (probably never use it but would of been nice to have one). Almost plug and play. Windows load time takes about 25 seconds after I turn on the computer.
Overall Review: I installed the mobo and all components in my pc case before testing and guess what it would not post. I got 3 digital debug numbers. Got in contact with Asrock tech and they told me to take out memory and video card and start mobo with only the cpu and restart. I noticed the digital debug numbers were different this time. Then I installed memory, and again digital debugs were different. Then I installed the video card and the digital debug numbers were different again. That did the trick. I got post and everything is working fine. I'm guessing the bios are set up so that it has to register 1 thing at a time. The parts I use: AMD Ryzen 5800X Patriot Viper memory 16gb (2x8) GeForce GTX 1050 TI. (I don't use this for gaming except for Facebook games and didn't want to spend too much on a video card) I am satisfied with this product and would recommend.
Pros: Plug and play. Installed with no problems and my laptop performance is a lot better now.
Overall Review: My laptop only had 4 gigs of memory and everything would load so slowly. I took that out and installed 2 of these 8 gigs for a total of 16 gigs and now my laptop is performing way better.