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Pros: UEFI Bios (much easier than other hardware I've used UEFI installations on). Price ($59). 64GB RAM capable. AM3+ Support. Zero on-board graphics. USB always-on power. Plenty of USB ports and headers. Two system fan headers.
Cons: S3/S4... Getting this thing to sleep/hibernate under any OS seems to be a lost cause. Windows hibernates but doesn't sleep, Linux sleeps but doesn't hibernate. This conjunction means absolutely no hybrid-sleep capabilities.
Other Thoughts: I read alot of reviews about this particular board being DOA, but I didn't have that problem. I'm really thinking the people writing those reviews are incapable of actually installing a motherboard or understanding it's technical specifications. Another thought, I wish it had more actual USB 3.0 ports, but then again it does come with a 3.0 header.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the coolest cable ever. I bought it to use in junction with a DVI adapter to connect a bookshelf Foxconn to the monitor I'd mounted it on. Aot better than reeling up a 3 or 6 foot HDMI cable that only needs to travel 9 inches from source to destination.
Cons: None. No quality issues what so ever.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works. No quality issues.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW