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Pros: it's a via clone chipset
takes about 5 minutes to google the differances and driver version...
Cons: it's a via clone chipsetREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: still relevant after years of service, unlike my 939 3800+ manchester which was obsolete within 3 months of purchase...
Thing is a beast, has chewed up everything I've thrown at it without so much as a whimper, this at stock clock
long story short this cpu is probably the best bang for your buck with ungodly longevity to boot, ever built.....
Cons: mine is actually the early 140w version, not really a con just sayin
Other Thoughts: idles at 29-30c @800mhz core with a cm hyper 120 evo maxxes at 50c under video recompiling at 80%+ load.
best money I've spent in a very long time
cpu - 965be 140w
gpu - saphire 5870 1gb cypress xt reference card ( scythe setsugen2 cooler )
mem - 4gig corsair dominator 1600 (switched to 8g corsair vengeance lp 1600 this week just because it was laying around un used)
mb - msi 790fx-gd70
junk raidmax case with various cooling mod's, ie extra holes at bottom of sidepannel, 2 cougar 120mm case fans
power supply - bfg-tech 1200w modular
cheap pci-e x1 usb3.0 card
sony dvd burner / LG blueray burner
Pros: good hardware etc, see my review on other listing for google market destructions (the model number should make this a an a7+)
thing is fairly well built with super bright screen, nearly year later, drug on many roadtrips it's holding up just fine
Cons: no market, currently it seems that even the people over at xdadevelopers have given up on gb, ics or jb rom since twits at elocity won't release the kernel.
Other Thoughts: link to xda post on getting it rooted/hacked for google market
you might be able to get root explorer for free from 1mobile market (mandatory for getting google market running)
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