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This review is from: ASUS P8Z77-M LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Nice layout. Four DDR3 RAM slots. USB 3.0 HDMI
Cons: Stopped working after two years. No overclocking with plenty of cooling. I use this PC for photo and video editing. Non-gamer PC using standard voltages across the mother board. I've always purchased ASUS or MSI for the past five years after experiencing problems with other brands. Not sure what happened, but the MOBO stopped functioning. I tried to get it to boot my SSD, but it isn't going to happen. I CAN use the BIOS, but crashes thereafter. I did not make any changes to the BIOS prior to the MOBO not working. I did change the following in hopes it was a hardware failure elsewhere: CMOS, RAM, SSD, OS, GPU and CPU.
All of my remaining hardware is functioning normally. I installed all of the hardware onto a new ASUS MOBO and all is well.
I could not find an exact replacement. My new MOBO is capable of two DDR3 RAM sticks. Oh well, I can continue on with my editing. Difficult to locate 1155 socket with the same specs I had previously.
My next setup will be 6 or 8 core with ATX or extended ATX. I want more space for toys :)
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This review is from: FineDiamonds9 FD9S200SBTW 2ct Blue Topaz 14k White Gold Stud Earrings
Pros: This is a great gift! Fast shipping and high quality.
THEY LOOK GREAT!
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Wireless b/g/n
Android Market App
Small and Quiet
Multiple Camera Support
Large Pan Area
Record Video / Stills (stills only w/ Android App)
Cons: Short (5') power cable
Not a true "Plug-N-Play"
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this camera. I may purchase another. Here is my recommendation for initial setup:
CONNECT CAMERA VIA HARDWIRE FOR INITIAL SETUP. You may find the camera on your wireless network during the initial setup...don't bother. Save yourself an hour and just connect via CAT5 to start. Once you complete the setup, uplug the CAT5 and reset.
Everything is explained for you. The booklet is good. The complete manual is download only.
The user can do a lot with the software. Plan on spending an hour during the initial setup to understand everything. This is not a difficult task to complete. You will enjoy the benefits!
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