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Pros: Cheap, and moderately powerful when I bought it. it supports the newest Phenom II processors, and though displaying a warning about the processor not being compatible on start up I have never had any trouble with it.
the build also had a 550 watt powersupply 4GB DDR2 800 ram running XP 64bit with 1GB ASUS graphics card which after installing brought the CPU temperature down 10-15 deg F. I was able to get it to run Left 4 Dead, League of Legends, Skyrim, and Fatal Frame to run on full graphics.
While it dosnt have core unlocker and a dedicated clock chip which makes it hard to find overclocking information. How ever I was successful in OC-ing the little Phenom II to 3.1ghz. Though running at a constant 125 deg F with no load I would not suggest this to anyone.
Not a bad motherboard if you need something quick, cheap, and moderately powerful, for a normal every day PC this will do the job
Cons: About a year of having this the motherboard died. Though reasonable because the caps are only rated for 5000 hours of life which being constantly on is not even half that time. I had wished I figured this out before buying a new CPU.
Other Thoughts: I would like to point out that at the time of this posting the motherboard in question is at least 5yrs old now and dosnt even have DDR3 supportREAD FULL REVIEW