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Pros: I've had these since early January, 7-7-7-18 24/7. I rarely overclock the actual clock speed because it's a very minimal gain in performance and I'm not using the most tasking things as it is. Never had a problem with it yet.
Other Thoughts: Great for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MSI H55M-E23 LGA 1156 Intel H55 HDMI Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: It works, that's about it.
Cons: All the SATA ports die one by one, they last about a week then you have to switch, it acts just as if your hard drive died which could easily confuse many people into thinking it did, when it's just this dying a week after they bought it.
No overclocking features(despite being able to save 'overclocking' profiles... seriously MSI?), no voltage tuning except RAM.
It takes a good 20-30 seconds just from the time you press the power button to the time it's done posting. Then the other 4 minutes windows takes to start up.
Other Thoughts: Do not waste your money, it wasn't worth the $50 I paid for it, it certainly isn't worth what it is now. Any brand is better than MSI and their garbage.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I run a rather large website with this and it has absolutely no problem handling sometimes thousands of people using it at once. Because I'm sure newegg wouldn't like it I'd rather not post the name of my site, but odds are you've heard of it, if not used it.
I host a website on six cores, one gameserver on one core, an email server on another core. Could overclock to 2.8 on a cooler, though my server is rather large and can fit a lot of cooling in it, so don't expect to overclock on a cheap cooler.
Cons: A little expensive but it's worth it running a large website, a gameserver, and an email service on it all at once. It's a little hot, but that's when my site, server, and email service are all being used at their limits.
Other Thoughts: Of course servers don't need video cards because, well it doesn't need one at all except to see the screen to open and run programs. The site I bought it from didn't allow reviews so I thought I'd help newegg and its users out.READ FULL REVIEW