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Pros: Low power usage, low heat, low cost. 3D vision. Pumps out video. Since it's nvidia, I can be confident that it will still have drivers years down the road.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Monster Cable CPRG6CL Pro RG6 Dual-Shield Coax Cable - By the Foot
Pros: THIS IS TEH BEST SOUND YOU CAN BY FOR REAL, DON LISSEN TO PEOPL WHO DONT NOWE WAT THEIR SAYIN. YOU RED THE ARTICAL TAT SEZ A LAMP COARD IS JUS AS GOODE AS DIS MONSTAR CABEL BUT WAT THEY DON TELL U IS THAT LAMP COARD WAS ALSO MADE BY MONSTAR.
Cons: NONE IF U DONT SPEEND A LOT HOW DO U NOWE U RNT GETTIN TEH BESTEST?
Other Thoughts: I THINK I GOT AN XTRA 50 WATS PER CHANNAL FROM MY SPEEKERS WITH THIS CABAL JUST SAYIN ITS TEH GRATESTREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MSI 890FXA-GD70 AM3+ AMD 890FX SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Multi PCI-E slots for flexible CrossFire configuration
Diagnostic status LED on mainboard
HDD LED built onto board
On-board power / reset buttons
Cons: GPUs may interfere with front panel connectors
Other Thoughts: I've owned this board for a month, and love it. MSI clearly thought out the PCI-E placement, if you're using Tri-Fire you can space each card a slot apart for extra cooling, and you can also go Quad-Fire. It's got USB 3, which is super-cool. Finally, MSI promises that with the latest bios (which shipped with the board) that it is compatible with Bulldozer. The only complaint that I have is that the front panel pin headers are in the PCI-E area of the board, so if you have multiple GPUs with larger fan shrouds (such as my 6970s) the plugs can get in the way. You have to bend the wires to a 90-degree angle to get the GPU to fit, which works but feels kludgy. Overall though, it's a great board, and I'm very impressed by MSI.READ FULL REVIEW