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Pros: Routing speeds are excellent and the design is slick.
Cons: No wall mount option. Signal is slightly less than a DIR-655 but this unit is more expensive. Poorly translated help screens in the GUI make for a less than helpful assistant.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Made an upgrade to the RT-N56U but just couldn't get the wireless signal in my house. After returning that for an RT-N66U however my signal problems have vanished. Amazing throughput on this unit and a vastly superior firmware!
Cons: A few of the controls in the firmware don't function as intended. Publishers lack of language mastery makes the provided assistance unhelpful. With professional translation assistance and firmware tweaks this would go away.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The new BIOS on these ASUS boards is amazing and well overdue for all motherboard manufacturers! Simple mouse driven set up and it recognizes all attached devices (SATA, USB) with need for driver disks. Even has simple method for downloading BIOS updates before you install your OS. Highly recommend this board! If you're not into overclocking your system, let the Asus wizard do it for you. Simply amazing.
Cons: If you run dual SLI/Crossfire cards the bus slows to 8X, but if you're like me and find a single graphics card sufficient have no fear it runs at 16X the same as the more expensive Sabretooth.
Other Thoughts: Unless you're running a quad-Crossfire arrangement, this board is for you. Cheaper than the Sabretooth and runs just as fast.READ FULL REVIEW