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Pros: Easy to work with, easy to update bios. Onboard GPU works great (you can run onboard gpu + dedicated gpu to have more than 4 monitors). Gigabyte always has great documentation.
Cons: CPU socket so close to memory slots that with a Hyper 212+ I had to seat the memory in the 2nd and 4th slots. USB 3.0 slots aren't compatible with USB 2.0 (they may be if you install the USB drivers, I havent yet).
Other Thoughts: Windows 7 wouldnt install from a USB drive until I flashed to newest BIOS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Semi modular. The non-modular cables are just what you need - motherboard/cpu cable, one for your hard drives and other drives, one for fans, one for video card. Quiet
Cons: The CPU and motherboard cables are relatively short. If your PSU and motherboard isnt right next to each other they may not reach. My PSU is at the bottom and the CPU cable is stretched tight and just barely fits in. Also the plug is very bulky and it barely fit through the wire management hole at the top.
Other Thoughts: Been using it half a day. So far so good. Corsair has great warranty so even if it fails I know I'll get a replacement.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Vibrant image quality. Easy adjustments.
Cons: 1)GLARE. This monitor has AWFUL glare. As long as there is any light source in the room, you will see your own face reflected in the screen.
2)RED POWER LED - This monitor has a large red light (power indicator) which is always on. It's very irritating, I often to have to block it with something.
Other Thoughts: This monitor really is a ferrari - expensive, and high quality, but its not a daily driver.
Also, dont install the disc.
Really surprised by the other ratings. I think people who like glossy screens haven't tried non-glossy screens. Why would you WANT glare?