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Pros: Very quick for a dual core, it has hyperthreading so windows will see it as a quad core. It's great for gaming and handles a gtx 650ti just fine. Very good for budget level entry gaming
Cons: You can't over clock it but that's expected.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card was $160ish when I bought it as it was all I could spend. It has served me well and hasn't failed me once. A year later it is still a solid card for budget builders but I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND you spend the few extra dollars on the gtx 650ti boost. I bought this card a few weeks before the boost came out and was disappointed I missed out. The boost has 2 gigs of ram and gives a large bang for buck performance versus this card. Plays Gta IV on high but not ultra settings. Planet Side 2 usually runs on high not max settings with fps drops down to 20 in the heaviest of battles. Bf3 should run on high I've heard. Skyrim on high I believe. Crysis 3 on medium.
Cons: None so far I've seen
Other Thoughts: I would recommend you get the 650ti boost or a new r9 series by radeon as they will out perform this card. It dominated the market for price in early 2013 and 2012 but it's time has passed. Only buy if it's a cheap cheap price as like I said the boost version is much better for the difference.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Had it more than a Year
This mobo is nothing too special and would not recommend it for high end builds. This is mostly for budget builds. It does feature usb 3.0 however which most mother boards in this price range lack. The settings on the boot up menu aren't bad. However remember this motherboard is not able to overclock you cpu so don't buy it if you're using a K version intel cpu.
Cons: Nothing really, it does what it does
Other Thoughts: Your average, budget, boardREAD FULL REVIEW