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Pros: I did not buy the motherboard on Newegg because I wanted to save some money on it so I bought it at my local Electronics store. The box was damaged and it looked like someone returned it, but when I opened it, the items were still intact in the original compartments. Anyways, on to the motherboard, it worked great on first boot up. The bios is very flashy and easy to use though there are some features that will require some experience to use such as overvolting and etc. 5 PCIE slots but 4 usable ones if you're gonna do SLI/Crossfire. Has a code indicator on the motherboard itself so I know if any errors pop up, I can look in my manual and find out why. Looks great with my G.Skill Trident X memory. Also has a power on and reset button on the motherboard just in case you're doing some testing outside a case.
Cons: Only con I can think of is if the sata cables ASUS provided along with the mother board had clips on them so that they are secure and I understand that, but I broke two of them just trying to get them out so I can rewire everything. Hopefully ASUS does away with the clips on the sata cables because I think it's a hassle if you have quality sata cables, no need for clips because you won't be touching the sata cables that much anyways.READ FULL REVIEW
-cheap for a great and long lasting
-huge amount for storage
-hasn't died on me yet but probably won't for years to cone
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Huge amount of space. Airflow is great if you are buying GPUs that are not opened air. Just got it today, but haven't used it yet cuz CPU hasn't come home yet.
Cons: Only one could be more organized manual.READ FULL REVIEW