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Product: Jackson Armor Card
Date: January 31, 2006
Author: Kristofer Brozio
Edited By: Mike Smith
Provided By: Jackson Armor
Pages: 1 2 3
Discussion: Discuss in Forums

Conclusion

I was really bummed that I couldn't use it on my main system, I have been chatting with the folks at Jackson and they told me it should work fine with my setup, but they mentioned that their might be some compatibility issues with certain chipsets, and apparently mine is one of those incompatible ones. Considering I use an “Enthusiast” class motherboard for my main system things are a bit different in it than your standard motherboards so that might be the issue. I think the Jackson Backup Armor Card is more for you average Joe user and not the enthusiast, but it could be utilized by everyone. The card and its system are a great idea that with a bit of work could be something excellent. Public computers etc could benefit very much from something like this, especially workstation or library computers. ThinkComputers gives the Jackson Backup Armor Card an 8 out of 10 score


Pros:
- Small size, won't interfere with anything
- Configurable
- Basically works
- Fairly easy to install

Cons:
- Some compatibility issues

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