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Pros: Built in WiFi AC and Bluetooth
Lots and lots o' ports... USB 3.0 and 3.1
Strong thick PCB
Plenty of fan headers
Easy to OC (But still be cautious)
And on and on, I mean for me and Prepar3D flight sim which this build has become, Great stuff,
Cons: Very little not to like but if pushed...The creamsicle color scheme is odd.
Backside I/O ports and audio ports not color coded.
Other Thoughts: This is the most up to date and comprehensive X99 board I've ever worked with. I don't really care about internal lighting but it's there if you dig it, Took me a while to get the parts for the build by wow was it ever worth it, Nice BIOS and the 32GB G.Skill Trident Zs were recognized at PWMREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-Link TL-SG105E 5-Port Gigabit Easy Smart Switch
Pros: Cool little QoS extension ports for your network/small LAN.
Can hang on wall if it's getting crowded back there.
Cons: Excepting that the TP-Link website is a bit hard to navigate, really none for my modest LAN needs.
Other Thoughts: This is not a plug and play hub, it is a switch and must be configured. The mini disc helps setting up the config tool..READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked out of the box with no download.
Very sturdy, solid and no twist or flex.
Love the smooth matte finish
Adjustable back-lit brightness
Nice long and supple cord.
Routing channels to direct the USB cord to the left, center or right.
Cons: No USB port
Only blue back-lit
Problems with Steelseries 3.7.4 - Slow to install, slow to load, multiple reboots and ultimately doesn't work.
Other Thoughts: It's a nice if somewhat overpriced mechanical keyboard. Fortunately it works well without any of the downloaded stuff or firmware updates. Felt like it bricked there for a while on numerous reboots but seems ok now.READ FULL REVIEW