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Pros: -snappy performer with little to no lag.
-customizable skin from Asus
-1.5 days of moderate usage can be had before battery runs out
-high end intel cpu with 4GB of ram makes handling any demanding game and multitasking a breeze
Cons: -still on lollipop (6.0 promised before Aug)
-a bit heavy, not noticeable after days of handling
-bloated OS, most apps can be uninstalled or disabled
-price, $200 would be more fair as this technology is aged
Other Thoughts: Overall a fantastic phone and is my daily driver. With such capability, I really see zero reason to go for something that is 3x more expensive. This phone seems to be built to last and I can't see it being replaced that quickly as both the CPU succession and Android's efficiency are both saturated to the point of little improvements to be had. Looking forward to 6.0 on this.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: pci-express x8 means that this card can free up your x16 slot for a computational GPU card so you can run simulations and get video output!
Other Thoughts: This card is really not meant for gaming. Its main function is to provide video output on the x8 slot so that the 16x is free. My dual CPU server board only came with 1 x16 slot and I needed to use it with a Tesla card. So as not to lose video, this card is the perfect solution!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quad core for a budget.
Handles everyday tasks with ease.
Good at multi-tasking and my version of that is switching between a game and video on a two monitor setup.
1080P capable at getting 30fps+ on modern day games with a mid range GPU.
Included heatsink and fan are adequate for non OC operation.
Faster at some single threaded tasks than the FX line at similar clocks.
Works with mini-itx builds to offer small form-factor gaming from AMD.
Cons: Not really any. It's a budget CPU. Don't expect FX level performance.
Other Thoughts: I knew the performance I was going to get out of this chip as its dirt cheap compared to the FX-8320 model so I did not get my hopes up. Currently have it running stock in my mini-itx build with an XFX 380 4GB model and I am very happy with the gaming performance. This is the only way to get an AMD mini-itx gaming solution and it works quite well if you know what to expect.
The stock cooler is adequate if you don't OC the CPU. One look at the HSF and you can tell it's not meant for OCing. Even in my mini-itx build (which is super cramped) the CPU runs at 34C for video streaming and between 54C-60C while gaming. While not water cooler temps, they are still within the rated range for performance with no throttling. This will definitely get me by.