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Pros: - Quiet
- Good looking, stunningly beautiful!
- metal plate protecting the pcb, no need to tip-toe when handling it.
Cons: - Cant afford buying 4 of them!
Other Thoughts: I didnt wanna list this as a CONS because I dont think its ASUS fault.
Cable managing, when you're messing arround with the power cables connected on the VGA, looks like the pcb is gonna break...really scarry! I would like to be able to push and pull on the cables without worrying so much about the pcb.
This review is from: EVGA X79 FTW – LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 E-ATX Motherboard
Pros: Price, that's about it!
Cons: - Cheap built quality. You can really see and feel how cheap the board is, especially on the plastic parts. The reset button on the board was stuck down right out of the box, unable to press it.
- i/o shield didn't line up with the i/o ports on the motherboard, making it impossible to be installed unless you didn't install the shield.
- this is on Neweggs side: I found very frustrating that I had to pay for the RMA shipping. I remember once a friend had to RMA a motherboard straight with EVGA and they paid for everything, even sending the item before him sending the defective one. I had to RMA with Newegg because I'm still withing they warranty window time.
Other Thoughts: It would had been a very nice board to go with my new system for the price of it!
Very disapointing that it didn't work out and now I'm going with a ASUS mobo.
This review is from: Miikey Rhythm Bluetooth Stereo Headset - Black
Pros: Does the job very well, even better than the Beats ones...
Isolates noise very well, outstanding sound quality, easy to use..
Cons: Died withing 120 days...was working fine when I was on the train, stood up to get off the train, heard a weird noise and the right side stoped working.
Cable doesnt work without turning on the headphones, defeats the purpose of having that cable since I would think it was intended to overide bluetooth. So if battery is dead, cant even use with the cable plugged in.
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