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This review is from: AMD 760K Richland Quad-Core 3.8GHz Socket FM2 100W Desktop Processor AD760KWOHLBOX
Pros: What most people who'll tell you "Go get the FX 4350, it's better" dont know about this processor is this little bad boy is overall better with instructions per cycle & multi tasking ability over the FX 4350, or any FX 4xxx. And it costs less, so more performance for less pay, now that's a STEAL aint it?
Cons: It would be really nice if AMD put in some L3 cache.
Other Thoughts: Despite lack of L3 cache, this processor is an absolute BEAST for it's price, and it's only going to get better (eventually they'll release the Athlon version of the Kaveri chips, which should boast about 10 percent instructions per cycle without the integrated gpu taking up space on the die).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This board is really small but it should still fit into most ATX cases. This board packs a whallop of features for it's size and can be easily used for a Mini ITX build. Despite only having two DDR3 DIMM slots though, it still has all you need in a ATX motherboard and more, as well as the latest FM2+ chipset, A88X.
Cons: It only has two DIMM slots if anyone wanted to quad channel RAM.
Other Thoughts: Overall a really good motherboard, I was suprised how small it was when it came. It still fitted in my Xion Xon 180 case (it didn't fit easy though but that just may be my amateur building skills since this is my first build)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Alright. I bought this headset hoping to hear footsteps in MW3 (which I didn't) but it does promise that awesome bass that I love hearing. So now It's basically a music headset for me (until I find a way to hear footsteps). It does what I want it to do, and that's all I want from it.
Cons: -None-READ FULL REVIEW