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This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-P55-UD6 LGA 1156 Intel P55 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Cheap board.
Cons: Their tech support blames everything on everyone else. "Third party" this and that!
Other Thoughts: If so many components are incomaptible, maybe they need to figure out why, Every other manufacture does not have compatibility issues. Don't use this Product or any other gigabyte component!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-X48-DQ6 LGA 775 Intel X48 ATX Intel Motherboard
Cons: If you want "Third party issues" as an excuse for every issue including internal usb card reader and audio issues, then buy this board. I'm switching back To DFI. Their tech support is a "Blame someone else" mentallity, instead of resolving the issue, I'm tired of the fact that every "third party" peice of equipment doesn't work on this board. Maybe they should offer an approved speaker, headset, USB headset and internal card reader.
Other Thoughts: I purchased three of these boards, Internal card readers, (7 diffrent brands) are "your problem" "they work for us". Yet when I requested to send "my" pc in to be tested, there was "no point" take it up with you third party vendor, I swapped out all internal USB card readers. I am really ticked off they stalled me for 6 months past the new egg return policy. I am amazed Logitech has swapped out all of my defective third party equipment, but they won't do one darn thing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Western Digital's name, I still have a 1 gig hd from my Packerd Hell, that still works. I have a 20 gig that has survived a lightening strike years ago. All of my hard drives were Western Digital, even my laptops, until now.
Cons: I have had over a dozen failed hard drives in the past three years. Some under warranty some not, the average life span of Newest Western Hard drives are 6 months to a year. The computer company I work for will no longer use WD. The lost data recovery cost for me is over $2g now.
Other Thoughts: If you don't want a drive you have to send back every six months stay away. DO NOT depend on this drive for a back up either!
Only Three of the WD hard drives, of the 14 I have\had have not been in for warranty or have just died out of warranty, Those three, Two are laptop drives the other is the VelociRaptor.