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Pros: Didn't cost a fortune and has great storage and speed.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Decent price and saves you time having to mess with heatsinks and grease, and overall not a bad board for what it costs. Able to overclock slightly through BIOS.
Cons: Not able to upgrade CPU (uses an APU) and has trouble keeping up with intense graphics (slow APU), cannot overclock much (.2 GHz over factory).
Other Thoughts: For a budget build such as mine, it works really great and all my geek friends say I've got a great rig for the price.... However if you could afford a better board that doesn't use an APU, I would suggest going that route for the sake of more power and upgrades in the future.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet as a whisper and didn't cost a fortune, easy on my PSU and stays nice n' cool.
Cons: Doesn't seem to be happy about stressful situations, will notice some framerate spikes under intense graphics but still trucks on through.
Other Thoughts: Doesn't have SLI but I don't necessarily need that kind of setup for what I do on a daily basis.READ FULL REVIEW