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Pros: Great connectivity, versatility, and with plenty of room for expansion. 3-way sli and 64 gigs of ram? For this price? Yes please.
Cons: You need to update the BIOS if you're using a CPU newer than the mobo, BEFORE YOU CAN TURN THE THING ON. It's very simple to do using a usb drive (just google 'flashing bios p9x79 LE') i only mention it because lots of folks in various online reviews seem to think that their mobo is DOA, when it just needs a bios update before it can recognize the cpu. My i7 4930K was such a cpu. The mob didn't so much as blink, but then i flashed the bios and viola! Again don't let this dissuade you from buying an excellent board, i just wish asus was a bit more communicative about the bios thing as i had to do a bit of research to figure it out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Does what it says on the tin! Excellent build quality. Runs titatafall and crysis at max settings at more than acceptable frame-rates. The triple fans really keep the thing chilly when overclocking.
Cons: It's a bit big, not a deal-breaker by any means, but something to consider if you have a packed case.
Other Thoughts: There are more powerful cards out there, but as far as price-to-performance ratios go, this thing is hard to beat.READ FULL REVIEW