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Pros: Fast, devices connect at 300mbps if you know what you're doing.
Cons: Only 100 ethernet, but the real-world max wireless speed is probably ~120, so it's not a huge loss.
Other Thoughts: Most wireless clients don't allow for 300Mbps on 2.4Ghz networks by default, that's why people are seeing 144Mbps.
You need to change a setting on the device (*not* the router) under the "Advanced" tab. Look for "Bandwidth" or "Channel width" and enable 40Mhz networks (instead of only 20Mhz).
Pros: Handled my 1.65V 2400Mhz RAM no problem
Cons: Enabling the Bluetooth makes the Wi-Fi stop working (at least for 2.4GHz networks, I don't know about 5Ghz).
Installing drivers was a pain. Nothing worked out of the box (not even the LAN). Nothing installs over Windows Update.
Getting HDMI audio to work is a pain. I almost thought it was broken (since it doesn't work in UEFI, whereas headphones do work) but eventually it worked (you need both a Realtek driver and a Intel Audio driver installed).
Pros: Loaded the XMP profile and it runs just like its rated.
Cons: 1.65v I guess?READ FULL REVIEW