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Pros: A rather unique feature set. Supports up to 3 M.2 PCIe x4 SSD sticks in bootable RAID. Obscene speeds here folks. I have a pair of Samsung 950 Pros and it just cooks. Period. This is a quality built board, my first by ASRock.
Cons: The only issue I have with the board is the wireless antenna mounts on the IO panel. If you buy a mini-PCI WLAN card (like Intel) You'll find the antenna cables will not reach the ports. The design should have included 2 drilled holes in the plastic housing behind the IO panel. As it stands now the only way to get this to work is to find a header plate with 2 antenna mount holes drilled in to it and place it at the first slot at the x1 PCIe location. I won't drill the mobo and void the warranty. I'm using a USB WLAN stick in the meantime.
Other Thoughts: This mobo is meant for speed. I do a lot of virtualization work and this is a quantum jump for use as a lab system.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: A great CPU is also in great demand. Intel can't make enough of them so we have a current shortage. Most other dealers have HIGHER prices if they have any in stock. Either pay $$$ now or wait for Intel yields to improve on the i7s.
Cons: I hate shortages........READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: USB 5V Micro-controller Board For Arduino Nano V3.0 ATmega328P-compatible
Pros: Works just like the original. Can't beat the price.
Cons: Circuit board labeling not as crisp as the Italian made original. Shipping time to east coast was 15 days, as expected. Good USPS tracking.READ FULL REVIEW