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Pros: Solid board. UEFI interface is easy to navigate. Updated BIOS without any issues. Provides PS/2 ports, great for people with older peripherals migrating from Windows XP.
Cons: RAM incompatibility. Over 2 dozen builds using AMD A6-5400K and G.Skill 8GB 1866MHz (F3-1866C9D-8GAB) memory and this board has caused me problems twice, both memory related. MSI's other versions, A78M-E35 and A88XM-E35 work fine.
However I noticed the issue could be memory side because I've noticed G.Skill using different color PCB on the exact same memory (F3-1866C9D-8GAB), the green PCB version would give me issues, whereas the black PCB version has been good so far. I'm guessing the green PCB version is old stock?
Other Thoughts: G.Skill should use a different model number if they're going to use different chips/PCB.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Got this on sale for 39.99. Sleek and minimalist design.
Cons: Design of the power button causes it to get stuck. This happens with both cases I bought, a obvious design flaw. Their other model, PS08B does not exhibit this issue.
Overall structural rigidity is weak therefore if you're planning to use a HDD in this case get ready for some really annoying humming and vibration, this is something sound deafening cannot remedy.
Other Thoughts: Maybe I got a bad batch but keep this in mind when purchasing this case.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Eizo FORIS FS2333 23" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 3.40 ms
Pros: Purchased this from another site. Virtually zero backlight bleed. Can change monitor brightness and presets with a remote in addition to all other basic features like on/off, volume up/down, etc. This was actually a BIG PLUS for me because I hate reaching over to change presets for gaming and web browsing. Friends who gamed on my monitor couldn't tell it was a 60Hz monitor and they use 120hz and 144hz monitors, not to mention I have the advantage of superior color vs their TN panels.
Cons: No 27" model? If overdirve is cranked to "Enhanced" (highest setting) there is noticeable overshooting. Setting it back to "Normal" resolves this issue but results in slight motion blur.READ FULL REVIEW