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Pros: I picked this motherboard up for a mid range gaming rig. For the price, it has really exceeded my expectations. The UEFI is really well laid out and quite easy to use. I have not yet utilized the overclocking tools it has, but they don't look complicated.
Cons: It isn't as wide as some other full sized ATX boards I've used in the past, which means less risers underneath the board. There isn't much support under the 24 pin power connector, so be sure to place a finger underneath it when connecting the power supply to provide some relief.
Other Thoughts: I picked this up as a package deal with my CPU from a different retailer.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For the price, you really can't beat these modules. I picked them up for a mid range gaming build and so far they have not disappointed me.
Cons: Initially the motherboard had them clocked at 1333 MHz. A quick run through the BIOS had this problem rectified with no further issues.
Other Thoughts: I haven't had these modules for too long yet, but so far they work very well. I won't likely delve into overclocking them for some time as their performance is adequate for what I need and they run in a stable fashion at the moment. I will be sure to update this review if anything changes!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec TwoCool 75241 120mm Blue LED 2 Speed Case Fan
Pros: I purchased this fan as a replacement for one that recently died on me. This fan performs more than adequately. It moves a good amount of air and doesn't really make a lot of noise.
Cons: None come to mind.
Other Thoughts: I have an Antec Lanboy Air case and one of the stock fans that came with it died the other day. After looking around for a comparable fan, I cam upon this. The only difference between this fan and the Lanboy Air's stock fans is that this has a 3 to 4 pin adapter that comes with it, which gives you the added option of letting the motherboard control its speed. Other than that, it the two fans are identical.READ FULL REVIEW