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This review is from: Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model LJDTT16GASBNA
Pros: No cap, works as advertised which is to say I can download files to it and upload files from it.
Cons: Reviews here range from "Fast! 20 MB speeds!!" They must be reviewing some other Jump Drive. I agree with the other replies that say "OK but slow" because, as I'm typing this, I'm downloading files to it (it's USB 2.0 and is plugged into a USB 2.0 slot) it's averaging about 6 MB which is about right for a slow USB thumb drive.
Other Thoughts: You never know how fast a USB thumb drive is going to be until you use it. The fastest USB 2.0 thumb drives I own are HP 4 GB which can average above 10 MB. I'm going to have to upgrade to USB 3.0 one of these days!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Mine runs quiet and cool and has gobs of power. Rebate process ran smoothly.
Other Thoughts: Man, the reviews for this unit run from "DOA" "Never buy from this company again" to "great unit". Mine arrived ready to do its job, I've had no problems and it continues to perform just great. Lucky me, I guess. I'd say ignore the negative reviews and buy one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BIOSTAR H61MH LGA 1155 Intel H61 HDMI Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: I own this mobo by way of buying a Cyberpower 1313 from Newegg. It has an i3 2100 cpu. My intention was to put in an 8800GT I had laying around, but before that I put in an XFX PRO650W psu to make sure I had enough power (the supplied psu was horrible).
Cons: I kept hearing that the new card would be "auto detected" and would basically install itself. The 8800GT didn't, a local computer shop declared it dead so I bought a PNY GTS450 from Newegg. Same result "no signal detected". How in heck do I get my computer to detect my card? It must be a Bios-related thing which is why I'm asking here.
Other Thoughts: Yes, I have the monitor cable hooked up to the card and yes I have a six pin power supply cord hooked up as well (the fan spins). I went into the Bios and went to: Advanced>Chipset>Initiate Graphics Adapter and it's set on PEG/PCi which is what I've read should detect my card before the Bios defaults to the Intel graphics. It's like the PCI-E slot doesn't work but it's "enabled" in the Bios. Help!READ FULL REVIEW