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Pros: - great timing and speed
- quality product build
- nice stability, no issues with crashing
Cons: memory can be a bit of a stinker to setup properly
Other Thoughts: Overall extremely happy with Mushkin. Was a good step up from G-Skill for quality. Highly recommended.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HT | OMEGA STRIKER 7.1 Channels PCI Interface Sound Card
Pros: - great sound quality
- nice options for surround
- easy UI interface for settings
Cons: - CD that comes with it doesn't work with Windows 7
- UI still doesn't startup with Windows sometimes
- bit pricey for the quality of the product
- still hard to figure what slots to input your speakers (no labeling in UI interface or on product)
Other Thoughts: You can tell that the company that made this product is a bit shoddy - they're selling function and no support it seems like.
Overall I've been pretty happy with this. I used a 5.1 Logitech system before and now using a 2.1 system and both worked pretty great on it. I used this card to replace my Sound Blaster that had some major driver issues since it was 5+ years old.
I'd say I'm still looking for a better version of this card in the near future hopefully, but worth buying this to hold you over.
Pros: - great price
- cheaper components (mobo, RAM, etc.) if you're building a new AM3 board
- pretty fast
Cons: - bogs down easily
- isn't as fast as you think it's going to be
- in the market of processing, present high-end AMD processors are becoming extinct easier and quicker
Other Thoughts: This whole review will go unnoticed within the sea of positive 5 egg reviews.
This processor is now 100 bucks, thats insane, since its a 3.4GHz. I'm a big time gamer, and a multi-tasker while gaming, so I need a big core and big power processor.
What you need to know is this product is the bargain. This is the Sony of the market - it's boasting the big numbers for all to awe at. Put an Intel 3.4GHz against this bad boy and it will be destroyed. It's time to move from AMD CPU's into Intel's.
AMD may be doing well with the Radeon series for now, but Intel has got the good stuff for your CPU needs.
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