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Pros: Stable and fast
Cons: No problems that I have experienced, although I did have to set the speed to 1600 in my Bios, as they were detected as 1333 modulesREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: As is usually the case in my experience with Intel, this CPU is rock solid and stable, and the K version of the 2700 has *enormous* overclock potential if sufficiently cooled. I currently have it overclocked to 44 on the multiplier with 1.3 voltage, with an aftermarket CPU fan and heatsink from Cooler Master, and no problems whatsoever.
Cons: None at all, that I have experienced.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for the best of the best CPUs from the last of the Sandy Bridge architecture, this is it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: They do not lie when they say fully modular.. this comes with ALOT of cabling options, and the cables themselves in a HUGE bundle. The unit has functioned without a hitch, and the fan is virtually silent while in operation.
Cons: None. Some might be turned off by the current price of 145, but at the time I got it, it was close to only 100, so it was a great deal.READ FULL REVIEW