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Pros: Works great. I put it to work right away installing Linux on the machine it's installed in, and it worked fine.
Other Thoughts: This drive, or others almost identical to it, are sold under a variety of part numbers. I can't tell if they're actually different, or just different revisions of the same product. They all work great. I pretty much only buy ASUS burners now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This ram works great, and looks great. I was really surprised when I opened up my Newegg shipping box to see these sticks-- they're packaged like something more high-end, and they have head spreaders too.
Other Thoughts: 4GB isn't much for a Windows-based desktop computer these days, but it runs Linux just fine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This chip is great. Good fast clockrate, low price, plus onboard video. Runs Ubuntu Linux like a champ, and the Ivy Bridge graphics make it even able to run all the silly eyecandy on the UI (even thought I turned it off...)
Cons: I have no problems with this chip. It does what I bought it for-- runs a small-form-factor, low-watt Linux server for serving media and webpages.
Other Thoughts: For some reason, I REALLY want to respond to the 3/7 review from "facer f.": Why in the heck are you trying to play high-end games and PS2 emulators on this thing without even getting a discrete video card? You do know this is a Celeron... right?READ FULL REVIEW