Date Joined: 07/17/10
Pros: I haven't had any problems with the set, they seem nice, they look nice.
Cons: None that I'm aware of
Overall Review: Paired with an i7-6700k and ASUS Z170-Deluxe
Pros: When it worked in Windows 7, performance was just ok.
Cons: No Windows 8 support. Driver does not install and there are no generic drivers that it can use. Seriously?
Overall Review: Garbage!
Pros: I have a slightly older version of this same model. Makes perfect rice every time. Instructions are very clear and easy to use.
Cons: More expensive now than when I bought it...
Overall Review: Rice made with this cooker impressed my Asian friends
Pros: Sleek looking external hdd enclosure, says it's USB 3.0
Cons: Uses USB 3.0, however it will only work when I plug it into my USB 2.0 ports on my ASUS P8P67 WS mobo. This is a bad device, and I cannot find ANY support information on their website--and I am most certainly NOT paying to ship it back. This is their fault, not mine.
Overall Review: If I try to use USB 3.0, all I hear from Windows is the connect/disconnect device sounds over and over again. Bad for my HDD.
Pros: Performs fantastically.
Cons: P67 chipset needs work :)
Pros: It's a very very nice mobo (like, I almost came just looking at pictures of it lol). Packed with useful features. UEFI. Obnoxious amount of USB ports (not a bad thing at all). Glowing ASUS logo. Per-part LED diag lights. All-in-one front panel connector thingy (why didn't we think of this before?! genius!). COM port adapter (I will never ever use this. I find it cool that they included one). A bunch of features that I haven't figured out how to use yet.
Cons: Ah, yeah there's problems. Of course, I understand the whole early-adopter risks and such, but there are issues.
First: Double-post on boot. This is just stupid and should have been fixed before release. What happens is when powered on, the system will POST, then shut down after a few seconds. And then start up again and run normally. Fix: Enable 'Wake from PCIe' in BIOS under APM settings and reboot into Windows (Yes, this makes no sense. But it 'fixes' it.)
Second: RAM detection issues. This might just be a limitation of the P67 chipset (which should have been fixed). I am using a DDR3-1600 4x2GB G.Skill Ripjaws X series RAM. I know it's not in the vendor list, but it should work (and it does). Upon boot, it detected it as DDR3-1333 with 9 CAS latency, which is wrong. Fix: Use X.M.P. Profiles. Afaik, I can't overclock the way I want with this enabled though. I'm still playing with this. I do have my DDR3-1600 with 9 CAS. Though it should be 8 :/
Other non-ciritcal stuff as w
Overall Review: I'm normally an EVGA fan. I was intending on buying an SR-2 X58 board from them, but then the first iteration of Sandy Bridge came out, and I decided to go with that. However, EVGA doesn't have a P67 board, which I found odd. Then I found this ASUS board and just fell in love with it. Happy ASUS customer ever since :D
I'm not returning it. It just think that it shouldn't have had the problems it did OOB, though they were easy fixes. I'm still messing with the RAM to get it right.
Kudos to ASUS. Still buying EVGA GeForce cards though :P
Pros: Works perfectly to use an analog headset with the PS3. Note that if you want to have game audio as well, you will need to do some wiring from your TV cables to this and use an audio splitter for the headset (like $10).
Cons: Not meant for use with PS3 (but it works if you know what you're doing)
Pros: very nice card
Cons: too small. might lose it ;)
Cons: Expensive for being a discontinued mouse pad
Overall Review: Still excellent though ;)
Pros: I am using this as an extra power/data cable for my HTC Desire (which I love), and it works perfect, exact same transfer rates as the HTC MicroUSB cable that came with my phone
Overall Review: Go Rosewill?
Pros: Very excellent cable, its thick, fancy looking, and does an incredible job with handling optical sound.
Pros: It is a great video card, can run CRYSIS on High settings. This will be my PhysX card once I can afford the GeForce GTX 475 when it comes out :D
Overall Review: Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz
EVGA GeForce GT 240 512MB (this)
XFX GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB (PhysX)
MSI P6N Diamond nForce 680i
4GB Mushkin DDR2 800Mhz RAM