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Rosewill RCR-IM001S
5.2* out of 10

Rosewill RCR-IM001S

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Overall 8

Decent for the price

Zechariah A., Newegg
15 April 2008
  • Summary: Overall, a good product, i would recommend if your looking for something that is not too expensive. Specs: EVGA 8800GT SSC, 4GB DDR2 memory, 320GB 7200 RPM HDD, 400GB 7200 RPM HDD, AMD 3.2 GHZ CPU
  • Pros: Supports most card types that you have with good speeds and the fan controller is pretty nice. I was glad to see that it fit flush with the outside of my case, nother pro.
  • Cons: The drivers that it came with weren't supported by my os, and there weren't hardly any available drivers online.
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Overall 8

Not bad

Anonymous, Newegg
3 December 2007
  • Summary: For the price, not bad at all. Decent quality, lots of features. I have a Rosewill case so the silver color matches perfectly. I may be buying one for another computer (but black) that needs a card reader.
  • Pros: Supports multiple cards, allows transfer between cards. Nice having the fan control. E-SATA a bonus (not that I need it, but it is there). I have only used the USB, MS and SD slots so far, but they work great and transfer quickly between each other. All wires needed are included (2 fan "Y", audio...
  • Cons: TONS of wires. My case was pretty clean, but after this, wires everywhere. I will need to do some major cable wrapping and routing to make it look better. For now I just hooked it up to check if and how well it works. Only 1 speed control for 2 fans, so just be aware. The MS slot is a little snug.
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Overall 6


Paul R., Newegg
30 November 2007
  • Summary: Hey you get wat you pay for here. Cheep fuctionality.
  • Pros: Wow factor is high. Price with instane price reduction was good. Wire lengths are long enough for my large case. eSATA is untypical addition. USB on front was a deciding factor.
  • Cons: Card insertion, particularily the CF, leave most of the card hanging out and the CF socket does not allow the CF card to alinge with any guides and thus is movable Up-down when inserted and hence may not last long. Audio cables that pass through the case and connect externally are typical. Requir...
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