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Pros: Bought this back in 2009 for a good price, still works in 2013. I believe I'm using it for my main install drive, but I've moved drives around during that span of time, so I've lost track of it and can't remember off the top of my head. I know I haven't lost a drive, so it's either my install workhorse or one of my storage workhorses. Packing was satisfactory and I'm still glad this works. I'm used to replacing drives and installing this one was the same as any other, without any problems.
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Pros: Bought this back in 2009 to go along with a GIGABYTE GA-MA74GM-S2 AM3/AM2+/AM2 AMD 740G Micro ATX AMD Motherboard and 2Gbs worth of memory and it's still working as intended in 2013. Installed without a problem out of the box. I'm not into overclocking, so maybe that's why it's lasted as long as it has. Got it for a good price at the time.
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This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-MA74GM-S2 AM3/AM2+/AM2 AMD 740G Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Bought this MB back in 2009 for a good price at the time and installed it without any problems. Packaging was satisfactory. It's 2013 now and it's still chugging along splendidly...I've been wondering if it's time to upgrade, but since I upgraded my video card a couple of years ago and I'm looking to upgrade my memory right now, I'm thinking it's still going to be chugging along until my games either require something better or my OS requires an upgrade (I'm still running on XP, even now).
Other Thoughts: It's a pretty little board that can support 8Gb of memory, but since XP only supports less than 4, that's what I'm stuck at. I was actually doing all right with just 2Gbs, so it's neither a pro nor con...I just decided (finally) that I needed a little more, that's all.READ FULL REVIEW