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Pros: -Overclocked to 3.7Ghz using the XMP 2.0, Paired with 32Gbz G,skill 2800DDR4 - with 1 button.
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: - I paired with a GTX 980 TI and haven't looked back! 500FPS in CSGO Max Settings while streaming Full HD....READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: It ain't easy
Other Thoughts: I'm upgrading from a EVGA GTX 285 and boy it was well overdue, this card for 150$ range i was afraid I would lose frames in exchange for dx12 and quality. This wasn't the case, I gained about 10FPS all around in games and a MASSIVE increase in stability and smoothness in comparison to my 285, no jitter or skipping. I was astonished that something at this price point could do what its doing, I plan to buy another one in a month to xfire. This was perfect upgrade for my old school PC and the perfect start to building my new Mini ITX build.
Intel QX6700 OC @ 3.2Ghz
Gigabyte P45 -UD3P
Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR2 1066Mhz
1x Asus R7 370
Kingwin 860w Platinum PSU
Pros: This thing has EVERYTHING!! the biggest pro for me was the free asus.comm.com DNNS feature they give you for FREE!(no need to pay for domain name service) I run a home server and instead of typing my ip address they gave you a free option to assign a domain name as "whatever".asuscomm.com
Cons: The web GUI is a bit finicky, but after updating to the current firmware it fixed it..but was difficult to update at first due to the web gui not loading upon first click, you needed to continually refresh the page for it to load correctly...
Other Thoughts: The speed being ridiculous, the range being ridiculous, and the features being ridiculous. Ive come to the conclusion after upgrading from my EA2700 that this device is just ridiculous. don't be cheap on routers, i made the mistake once before and regretted it sinceREAD FULL REVIEW