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Pros: oc nice and easy with only .15v added draw with a gain of 533mhz was happy!
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: works again...
can go onto the shelf frozen and magically work when tried on a whim.
pretty fast for games
Cons: DONT USE FOR OS....does not have the I/0 protection that Intell does. froze in the first week from updates. then before RMA date tried it again and it worked.(yes i had tried it in different systems and external enclosures and no luck)
Other Thoughts: used for what it was meant for, Games, its not bad.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit
Pros: -Boots faster than my Win 7 PRO.
-Reason to expand to multi-display with touch screen.
-MORE RAM ACCESS!!!!!!
32 gig instead of 16 gig recognizable by Win 7.(eventually you will need it you know it)
-Crispy display...I like color. i mean i spent good money on my hardware why not "let it do what it do."
-Low system use. about .5%-5% difference on background applications and executions.
Cons: -Does like to update when it wants. but, "let it do what it do" its worth it (updates make changes not always a fix but an evolution towards a better system,Sometimes riddled with bumps and pitfalls)
-learning curve, unless you pick things up fast or are just starting off it takes some time to get use to(some just can't)
-NOT ALL PROGRAMS COMPATIBLE YET!(but remember the YET part)
-Its not free open source made in a perfect world
Other Thoughts: IMO most people have had hardware issues with this that just made them detest this OS. I can only say I was scared of this change but all in all its not that bad.
I run an older MSI 870 MOBO with a Deneb core stock clocking