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Pros: This is a gorgeous display. I purchased several of these at my work to replace several Samsung and Planar displays that failed and my staff have been quite happy. I finally took the plunge and bought one for myself at home. The only gaming I do is World of Warcraft and Star Trek Online. It's quite satisfactory for those titles. (I haven't tested Battlefield 4 yet.) Through Dell I paid a little extra and got the 4 year warranty instead of the standard 3 year. It's got all the ports I need and swivels, not that I'll ever use that feature.
Cons: I bought it through Dell so I paid a premium. If I had bought through Newegg, I don't know if I could've got the four year warranty.
Other Thoughts: I do IT Administration professionally and casual gaming. This monitor is sweet. The anti-glare is nice too and is far superior to the HP monitor this replaced. I just ordered my boss the 27" version. Make your own decision, but I'm very happy with mine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The replacement board (revision 4, btw) works like a champ and has the newer UEFI BIOS which is nice. I'm running Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012R2 on it with the AMD FX-8150 CPU and 16GB RAM currently. So far it has been solid. I'm using this as part of a lab.
Cons: Honestly for most users and gamers, this board will meet your needs. Hardcore gamers wanting to run quad-GPU's and modders will want its big brother, the GA-990FXA-UD-7 (which I also own).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: RMA policy. Honestly for most users and gamers, this board will meet your needs. Hardcore gamers wanting to run quad-GPU's and modders will want its big brother, the GA-990FXA-UD-7.
Cons: I have this boards big brother, the GA-990FXA-UD-7 and its been a very good board. I expected this to be the same however this one was defective (failed to POST) so I've RMA'ed it back for a replacement.
Other Thoughts: Will update this review when I get the replacement board.READ FULL REVIEW