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Pros: Has lower timings than expensive G-Skill memory.
Other Thoughts: It is on sale (doesn't say it but the price is really low) and grab it b4 its gone!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has Intel HD Graphics not mentioned in its description
I am using it with a 49' LED TV on 1080P and runs Youtube HD videos like a pro!
Other Thoughts: Is extremely fast and responsive and good for watching movies and doing basic stuff.
Haven't tested it with gaming yet, but should not be used for gaming as its cheap and doesn't have high-end features.
Pros: Has all the high-end features:
PCI E. 3
-I would say that this is a high-end motherboard for a low-end (cheap) price. (At least for me, since I will only watch movies and do basic things on it, no gaming, video editing, or any hardcore stuff)
-If you're low on cash, but still want high-end featured mobo., this is the way to go.
Cons: There are none
Other Thoughts: -I have had it for only one day.
-As soon as I put my first build together, (without testing it) It started up just like I had expected it and set the ram to 1600 (enabled XMP) and installed windows.
I was also somewhat discouraged by some reviews about it being DOA, but that's luck, and I got lucky (maybe).
My first build's specs:
XION XON 560 mATX Case (Awesome Case)
Pentium G2120 3.1Ghz
Crucial Ballistix Elite 4GB 1600Mhz
(A cheap $15 power supply from e-bay, from "kentek")
160GB old 7200rpm HHD