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Pros: Aesthetically pleasing if your into that sport car red and black look. The sound quality is pretty decent.
The dual networking feature is nice and has increased download speeds. Lots of bios options to play with.
Has a dual bios feature. Says [Name of Board here] on the board so your friends might think your narcissistic.
Cons: Not a great overclocker. Maybe I got a very poorly performing 5820K. Just trying to overclock the ram speed to 2666 mhz. Havent even touched one mhz over 2600mhz for the cpu. On bios 1.4 right now. Find it strange the last bios release was recalled. Feel the bios rollouts are slow FWIW. Also the release button for the video card is hard to reach and the cmos battery is covered up by shielding. No external cmos reset button. No iPhone app to control the LED lighting you spent money on.
Other Thoughts: Probably would not recommend it to others unless it was on sale for like $350 - $400. Current asking price is over rated.
Newegg even thinks the name of the board is offensive and wouldn't let me use it in my review. LOL.
This review is from: NComputing L300 Virtual Thin Client System for Windows and Linux VDI Solution
Pros: Small form factor
Cons: Doesn't work. Might be a software compatibility glitch with the Dell Inspiron we bought but on both machines as soon as we log in to the client the main machine locks up and will lockup 5 minutes into every boot up until the software is removed.
Other Thoughts: They still need to work on their coding apparently. Had the L100s in the past and had no issues.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The last review I wrote was incorrect. There is a setting that may not have seemed so obvious to enable over clocking. Please ignore my last review. Newegg please delete it.
Cons: Complicated biosREAD FULL REVIEW