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This review is from: ASRock 970 EXTREME3 AM3+ AMD 970 + SB950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: nice board as far as speed wise and ability to add new hardware goes, easy to install and works with my programs.
Cons: The first board i received was DOA and was to happy about having to pay to ship it back and the fact that newegg reduced the price on my new board and did NOT respond to my question on why it was reduced, lack of communication on neweggs part and should have been reimbursed for the shipping and for the part of the price they reduced from $84.99 to the new price of $68.64. again poor communication for newegg.
Other Thoughts: not a bad board its a very bad first RMA exp... for me and im not to happy about the end results.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: i have built many desktops, and using this FX Processor is just awesome. i need a bigger power supply but playing online games and such has me very pleased Diablo 3 which has very picky requirements, has done very well so this AMD FX has me sold on it.
Other Thoughts: for all those others who have gave bad reviews, are you sure you know what you are doing?
As long as you have installed the processor correctly there should not not be any issues with this FX processor.
This review is from: Diablo III PC / Mac Game
Pros: The sharing of the stash makes this very easy for your other characters to get the gear they need.
More detail of the game and the graphics are a plus.
Yes the auction house is a plus in some ways.
Game play is fun as long as your Ram and your Video card are good and meet the requirements.
Cons: the only complaint i have thus far is that there is NO offline playing as in Diablo 2.
Other Thoughts: For all those out there who are complaining about the game as i have read, upgrade your computer like you should be doing and the game wont lagg so bad. i was running the bare requirements before with No issues or crashes, or you just have a bad internet provider.
For those who havent played the game yet, give it a try but make sure your desktop/laptop can handle the gaming requirements first and you will be fine.