Wireless Network Adapter
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What started 6 months ago has now come into reality. Wow. It was a long journey, but I think I learned something from it: check what case you're buying before you buy it. The case was a monster. That's all I'm saying for now.
The build itself is pretty snappy. I've gotta give it credit for that. It can play games half-decently (Farming Simulator 17 at ultra graphics with no stutters) and is great for typical daily use.
With its hyper threading, it's pretty great for multitasking and typical use. Quick installation (like any other processors) and speedy processing.
It provides 4 RAM slots and a little orange LED by the I/O ports. The BIOS is easy to use. I'd buy again and again.
This was a gift, so it'll be easier to give it a good review. It's pretty quick, and installed in a flash, bringing my RAM amount from 4 gigs up to 12. Same speed as the other, so that's nice. The games I play now (specifically ROMs on Retroarch, lol) have a decent performance boost, so I'm pretty pleased in the product for sure.
Fast and has a high capacity of 1 TB. It's a great deal for $45.
For $85, this is a steal. Sure, not fancy like the RTX or even GTX cards, but still good for the price. It runs my games well, and I haven't noticed any large dips in frame rates or the fan being extremely loud.
A little difficult to build in, but it looks quite nice. It's a bit bigger than I was expecting for sure, but not too shabby at all. The built-in orange LEDs match the ones on my motherboard perfectly, making it look great. Honestly, knowing that this is a knock-off of another case makes me a little sad, but it's not that bad. My biggest complaint is how hard it was to build in and how I cannot change the fan speeds with the built-in fan controllers for some reason. Other than that, not bad!
Quiet, powerful, and it's shaped like a brick. What else could I say about it?
Windows has been with me my entire life, starting with XP. It's changed a lot, and I feel that it's getting a bit worse than the XP days. XP was the best and forever will be the best. But this is about Windows 10. It's sleek, runs okay, and now that I have 12 gigs of RAM, it's better. Really, though, if they could bring back the simplistic elegance that XP had, it would totally go for 5 stars.
This is a decent piece of tech for $12. It connects quickly and easily, sure, but not that great all around. Honestly, get yourself something better that plugs into a PCIe lane rather than USB. I've had disconnects and it does affect my Fortnite performance for sure.
The memory chosen looks great and performs great. I haven't had any problems.