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Pros: Does exactly what it claims to do, silently.
Other Thoughts: Runs in the low-mid 60 degrees Celcius under load with a case fan blowing on the heat sink.
This card is past it's prime, but good for mid-range gaming and home theater.
This review is from: AT&T CL81309 1.9 GHz Digital 3X Handsets Cordless Phone
Pros: It's a good product. Long, clear conversation performace. Range seems good. Buttons are pretty easy to figure out.
Cons: The form factor is wierd. Don't try holding it up with your shoulder. Plus, there is no belt clip for those people who like to walk around gabbing with an ear piece. It would a be a cheap and really popular addition.
I like the unique feel of the slender "monolith" shape, but sometimes it will be hard to hold onto for people with really big hands.
Other Thoughts: This is not a "full featured" phone. but it has CID and the other stuff I need. Hardly anyone uses all of the junk on expensive phones. But then you already knew that because you aren't looking at $200+ phones.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-MA78LM-S2H AM3/AM2+/AM2 AMD 760G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Pretty good low cost board
Cons: HDMI routinely fails to re-initialize sound after the computer wakes up from standby. It is connected to a television, so every time I want to watch a show etc I have to reboot the computer to get the sound working.
It's a terrible bug for any HDMI system, even worse on a media PC.
I have spent many hours trying to fix it, everything from flashing the bios to trying different drivers, different cable, different monitor, and all possible settings.
Other Thoughts: If you plan on using this for HDMI sound, find another board.READ FULL REVIEW