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Pros: Low power usage so its an excellent upgrade for anyone with a non enthusiast build. A 350 watt PSU will do just fine. Gets very high frame rates in the games that i play.
Cons: None comes to mind.
Other Thoughts: Will play any game out there just not on maxed out settings or resolutions. Stays silent most of the time. Can't ask for much more.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SeaSonic X Series X650 Gold ((SS-650KM Active PFC F3)) 650W ATX12V V2.3/EPS 12V V2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: Fully Modular PSU. Love not having a bunch of wires i Don't need. IT is that much more appreciated in an ITX case. Currently using a GTX 750 ti and it does not need PCIE power. Also love the Hybrid mode. Fans are not even spinning.
Cons: Not much her to look at. Move along.
Other Thoughts: Current system.
CPU - i5 4430
MB - Asrock zitxe
Mem - G-Skills 1866
SSD - PNY Pro 240
HD - 3tb WD Green
GPU - EVGA GTX 750 ti SC
PSU - Seasonic x650
Case - Lian-Li PC-Q28
Pros: Lots of Features. I originally gave this board a great review due to it having lots of features. My experience is starting to sour because of Asrock's customer support. Very Dissapointed.
Cons: Running for 6 months then suddenly stopped working. But the worst part about this board is the customer support. Or what the company calls customer support. Nearly two weeks with no update or reply.
Other Thoughts: Thee worst customer I have experienced. I sent Asrock what they asked via email and then I wait days without a reply. I give them a call and the lady that answers tells me that I might be on hold for a while because she hasn't read checked email. What the Hell?READ FULL REVIEW
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