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Pros: countless options, killer NIC Ethernet and digital optical audio port, countless usb and 3.0 ports, 2x pci-e x16 slots as advertised, ufei bios. overclocking is easy.
Cons: sometimes wont boot and u have to kill switch the psu and boot up, then it says failed boot at prompt but counts down longer as detected failed boot and starts up normally. I had this with a 2 card setup a 7870 and a r9 270x and honestly saw no difference from my ta970 biostar pci-e 16x/4x slots, 970 to a 990fx chipset was nothing gained only for overclocking. but still a nice board. saw no performance gains over an $80 mobo other than oc compatibility, and longevity in life possibly.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AMD FX-8150 Zambezi 8-Core 3.6 GHz Socket AM3+ 125W FD8150FRGUBOX Desktop Processor
Pros: have had the cpu since 5-6 months ago and its still doing its thing, ive never ran into a bluescreen at all. I don't oc it and at 3.6 ghz hacing 8 cores its more than enough for gaming without any bottlenecks at all. I used to game on a intel core2 duo 3.1 ghz, and trust me the 8 cores is a new general standard that tops off the hat to any high end games out today like bf4 or titanfall. no hitches with this guy, only the unavoidable ones, no matter what no ones pc is going to run without a single hitch unless you buy overpriced compenents and dish out 400 on a mobo etc.... thing has held its own against everything I need it for.
Cons: none at all.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master GX - 750W Power Supply with 80 PLUS Bronze Certification
Pros: has not failed me yet, about to put another gpu in my biostar ta970 budget mobo at x4 speeds and I know this psu will keep roaring. this psu has not fried out yet, its a part of a ground up build meaning to be cheap cause of it, has never made a weird noise or anything yet. feeding power all the time.
Cons: none at all, unless it had of died in the 5-6 months ive been using it so far.READ FULL REVIEW