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Pros: Are people seriously giving negative reviews to free stuff? Really? Jeesh. I remember back when cards came with absolutely nothing, we bought it because, well, you know, we wanted the card. Anything free was a pleasant bonus.
Cons: It's free, come on. MAKE IT EVEN MORE FREE? Really wish it'd have came with 50 games and 300$ cash with the 150$ card I bought, this just isn't fair.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This motherboard is really quite good. For the price, the features are superb. Don't let the reviews on here fool you or deter you from trying this. I think this is just one of those products that people don't go out of there way to review, so the only people that do are people who have had the unfortunate bad experience.
It performs, it works. People have been giving bad reviews for this board because it doesn't support gen 3... it doesn't say it does, it says it supports gen 2. Just because you made an assumption doesn't make it fair to give it a terrible review based on your lack of reading comprehension.
It works, it has the features it says it does, those features work. It's not a motherboard that is super elite and blows everything else out of the water, but for it's price and it's features it's worth it. Great for budget building if you want a nice board but at a reduced price.
Cons: I didn't really care for the bios, but I knew it wasn't anything special before I bought it. It's more of a suggestion to them to improve to make this board even better.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Boy, where to start. These cards have been little wonder cards since their release. There's finally a real price to power ratio that is competitive with ATI products. The SLi scaling is absolutely superb. Two of these cards at 360$ beat out 450 - 500$ cards in benchmarks.
I got these to put in my multi-counting rig. I decided to test them further with 3 monitors and have been running them at 4320x900 resolution. Playing games on high/ultra like a champ. It couldn't handle many games at 5760x1080 - I would think ( I guess I could hook it up to my main rigs monitors and find out ) - but at the lesser resolution it's been performing admirably. Could not be happier. Don't doubt the power of these cards, it's there, and it's plentiful.
Cons: I would really have liked to see how these cards would keep scaling if they were able to push 3x and 4x SLi, but that's just a curiosity thing. There's no real cons to this.READ FULL REVIEW