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Pros: Nothing is pro when it doesn't work for more then a month. Also didnt support Google play but I knew that going in. In any case I will now have to send it back at my expense to Trio, something I am not used to doing buying from Newegg
Cons: Died after 20 days of use. Christmas gift!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3 LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Reliable, easy to install and well featured for lower end board. Paired with a i7-2600, 8GB Corsair 1333 and GTX 570. Solid, fast performance and quiet at a very reasonable overall price/performance level
Cons: Can be some what quirky when normal boot process is interupted such as updating BIOS, boot device etc. It will power down and reset itself for a coiuple of seconds and reboot. I saw another mention of this at another site. I have upgraded to new alpha 6a code and as long as you follow Gigabytes directions (diasable hyperthreading for example) it will flash easily. Currently running at stock settings.
Other Thoughts: Upgrade from anything less then older i7-9xx will be a very positive thing. Sandy bridge technology works!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Stable, fast and quiet. I upgraded from my Intel 8400 because games such as Black Ops just didn't play that well. Using a somewhat dated MSI 275 with my older processor added to difficult game play with these new high demanding games. Well I can only tell you that since upgrading I can play Black ops with absolute smoothness thanks to high frame rates. Although I do plan on upgrading my video card at a later time it certainly isn't needed at this point with current games available aside from maybe Directx 11 features.
Other Thoughts: This thing is fast, really fast. Buy one!READ FULL REVIEW