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Pros: LGA 1150.
Cons: No front panel USB3 support.
Other Thoughts: Now you could consider this my fault as I did not look closely enough to realize but no 19 pin front panel USB3 header on this MB is disappointing.
Never thought that was a corner that would be cut on any MB.
If it supported USB3 then the front panel should be included.
Not on this MB.
Otherwise it is a great ITX board that I used to build a SFF office PC that is very quick.
That is my only gripe with this board.
SSD like performance.
Cons: Not as fast as a SSD.
Other Thoughts: Bought this to replace a failing HDD in my buddies laptop.
Figured it was worth the little extra to get this as an upgrade than to just replace with same HDD.
This is a pretty good idea as this drive has similar SSD performance in certain things but still gives you the 500GB storage that the user wants.
Overall it has done great and the user is reporting that he notices the performance increase.
Pros: LP design for SFF builds.
1GB Video Memory.
128-bit Memory bus.
No external power source required.
Easy to install and use drivers.
Cons: Fans can get a little loud under full load.
Other Thoughts: Did a bunch of research before finally buying this GPU.
Needed an upgrade for my HTPC to support 5.1 surround receiver I had purchased.
This supports everything I need for my HTPC to work perfect.
Extra bonus is that it can even push most games I have on Steam so its like my HTPC now doubles as a gaming console for the living room.
Without a doubt the most powerful LP GPU I found and it did not disappoint.
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