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Pros: 1 - Quiet
2 - Has high performance for the dollar.
3 - Runs everything I throw at it flawlessly.
4 - It made me a sandwich for lunch, then told me to get back to gaming.
Cons: I don't have anything bad to say about this beast. There are more expensive, higher performance cards that I would like to have over this one, but this is what I could afford at the time and I am more than pleased with what it's giving me so far.
Other Thoughts: I try to stick with the $200 - $300 rule when buying a GPU. Usually, when you go beyond that price range, performance per dollar starts dropping big time. This bad boy will last me for a good long time, until I get that one game it can't play :P
I'm about 2 years behind on my gaming. The newest titles I'm running with is Battlefield 4 and Metro Last Light; and I don't have a single issue with either.
Pros: 1 - This CPU can hold it's own against higher end CPU's, and for a nice price to the budget gamer.
2 - Will stay strong for a long time before needing to be upgraded, I believe.
Cons: None. If you're looking for a budget "INTEL" processor for gaming, this is about the best you can get for the price.
This may be a Con to some people (not me)...
* The "P" means that the video is locked within the CPU. You will not be able to run onboard graphics. You will need a dedicated graphics card. If your graphics card fails, you better have a back up card laying around :)
Other Thoughts: You can buy the unlocked version of this processor for 20 or 30 bucks extra. I decided to put that savings into my graphics card. After all, I could care less about onboard graphics if I'm dedicating my rig to gaming, anyways.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's Ram
Other Thoughts: I bought this Ram for a gaming rig I was putting together. Played many games for many hours and it hasn't let me down.
To be honest, as long as it works, I never see any good reason to buy expensive Ram unless you're an enthusiast.