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Pros: Bought lot of Hanns in different sizes. They are good for general use such as editing and programming. They last, but like anything else one get a dud now and then.
Regardless of manufacturer, the capacitor issue is common on any these monitors.
Cons: The one star goes to Hanns customer service that has one of the smartest process in handling an RMA:
you need to give the information over the phone twice. You need to fill in the same information once again over an email that Hanns sent to you. You need to wait for approval. You always pay for the shipping.
Other Thoughts: Hanns, just get that majestic serial number and make that RMA an easy process, will you?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASRock X79 Extreme6 LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Running Linux with a e5 2665 for a year with 64GB RAM. Processing Intel Fortran routines continuously. For a year the system has been restarted 7 times. Great board. I will rewrite another detailed review.
Other Thoughts: Don't know what the other reviewers wining about! Just get the right CPU and a homogeneous set of RAM and you should be done.
Great workstation board for mathematical processing. Running Fedora 20 along Intel Fortran iFort v11, and Intel XE v13. Wonderful board. 9 STARS well deserved.
Pros: Shame they are not reproducing this board anymore! I was lucky to grab the last two open boxes.
Unique board with floppy and IDE connectors for LGA 1155 on which i5 3570k was tested and worked great. The i7 3770 is what I am using for direct vt-d passthrough.
Cons: They won't be producing this anymore. It is just sad.
Critics about headers for the floppy and IDE should be avoided, and those who do not like having them, simply do not use them.
Other Thoughts: The current generation is using computer as a media streamer or a gaming processor. However, there are tons of intelligent programs written for decades that computer scientist seek to retrieve and execute on current architecture. These programs might be tight to the floppy or IDE, and this board is ideal to revive these programs, eg McClelland's 1986 parallel distributed processing.READ FULL REVIEW