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Pros: At This Time - - - - No Pros for this Junker!
Click & Clack, Loss Of Data And Another Unhappy Customer.
Cons: 6 Months Ago I installed this low-grade loser drive into a customers Business machine, and with a
fresh re-load of Windows, No Less - - - - - - - - - And here I sit for hours on~end trying to recover their data.
Other Thoughts: This will be the last time I get egg on my face Western Digital - - - - - - Seagate Drives will now be
replacing any WD Drives that fail in my Clients PC's for the fiscal year of 2016...
And further more - - - - - - - I will No Longer be installing any Western Digital Drives into anything that I
build in the near future. Especially These Low RPM, So-Called Green Drives.
Pros: The system arrived well packed; Clean and in working order.
I doubled the RAM to 8-GB and Cloned a Terabyte Drive and
swapped it for the little 500 Gig unit.
Cons: The Video Driver wasn't installed and there was a fair amount of Windows updates to apply.
Other Thoughts: So Far - - - - - - - - - it runs pretty fast and hasn't blue screened or locked up on me yet.
Over All; I am very happy with this system.
Pros: It works - Kinda. . . .
Bought this as a DIY Kit for a customer; but the lack luster performance was so bad; I was embarrassed to even give it to a paying customer.
Cons: Obvious Graphics issues, and pathetic performance when parred with the AMD A6-5400K Trinity Processor. Either this board has serious problems, or the AMD Processor is defective; I'll find out when I get time to install another CPU.
Other Thoughts: I ended up throwing this loser system in the closet and just
started over by using a Joe~Schmo Dual-Core Intel chip. At least I was able to save the 8-GB of RAM!