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Pros: Runs fine stable, good value
Cons: After a week of trying to get my memory to run at 1866 I am still at 1600. Tech support is trying to help, but it went from: "If running 2 sticks of ram, it's possible to achieve 1866" now I get, "AMD reference table says the max for 2 sticks is 1600" Well I try 1 stick, I can still only get 1600.
Other Thoughts: Don't get me wrong I'm still getting good performance, I just wished I would have saved the 20 bucks and bought slower memory, since this board can't run memory at speeds it advertises.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This board is really nice if you don't want/need all the extra bells and whistles of higher end boards. I always used to go with the high end boards, until I realised I never used onboard sound, spdif or digital output on any of my other boards. It is a great option for a budget gaming machine/HTPC. Using crossfire with a 6670 and it was very easy to set up.
Cons: None so far, the heat sink next to the FM1 slot seems a little flimsy, not sure it isn't just there for looks. It has a "foam" pad so I'm not sure it will transfer much heat, we'll see.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first ssd and it is amazing fast. If you are considering an upgrade this is well worth the price. At 60 GB it may be a little small for some, but i only have Win7 and a couple of games on it so it is plenty big. I actually downgraded my PC some, i went for a lower power llano build and I didn't realize that by adding an ssd i actually gained performance. Fast boot times and everything loads up so fast.
Cons: The bracket didn't quite work with my case, but i made it work:) hence 4 eggs instead of 5.
Other Thoughts: Buy one!READ FULL REVIEW