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Pros: > Low-Profile with a 16-Drive Capacity.
> Fast (I haven't found the cap "yet".)
> Management web interface is top notch and works like a charm.
> You can expand arrays without completely rebuilding them.
Cons: > The SAS ports on the back can interfere with other longer cards.
No other cons. Knock on wood.
Other Thoughts: The results of a 6 disk RAID-6 array using ST1000DM003 disks from CrystalDiskMark.
SeqQ32T1 Read 634.2MB/s Write 535.9MB/s
4KQ32T1 Read 14.1MB/s Write 6.6MB/s
Seq Read 677.8MB/s Write 551.2MB/s
4K Read 2.1MB/s Write 7.1MB/s
Pros: Great speed even for a laptop hard drive. I get about 120MB/s read and 115MB/s write. I can hear them only on spin up. Low power consumption and little heat output.
Cons: None so far. Fingers crossed!
Other Thoughts: I have a total of 13 of these drives. One of them in my laptop for media and the others in a NAS with 4 Raid 5 arrays. I have been slowly adding to it so all the drives are different ages and I have yet to have a drive failure. With Raid 5 my gigabit network is the bottleneck when reading from the arrays. Read speeds to an SSD are about 220MB/s. I love these drives.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G230 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Stereo Gaming Headset
Pros: I got it when my G930 decided to die. The sound quality is good but most importantly it is very comfortable after some adjusting. The cable is long and sleeved.
Cons: After using the headset for about 4 months now one major problem I see developing is me ripping the cable out of the small controller or out of the headset because the controller gets caught when I stand up. I could remedy this by simply taking it off before I stand but old habits die hard.
The headset was very snug when I received it. Granted I have a big head. Bending the top pad loosened it to a comfortable level.