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Pros: First of all I am not a gamer! But I do depend on a PC a great deal and when I do a build for my own use I research it to death. I run two PC's with this board and AMD 8350's and have had nothing but great success with them.
Other Thoughts: My only beef is with the MFG. itself. I build on the average of 10 PCs a year and almost always use ASUS boards. I have come to realize if you have a defective board in the warranty period you may as well just replace it and take the hit. The company leaves a lot to be desired. As for their rebates, I could paper a wall with unfulfilled rebates especially for monitors. There always seems to be an excuse and of course it is my fault.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Clean looking case. Almost tool-less. Comes with four fans and options to move them. USB3 a plus or will be some day.
Cons: As others stated, not great for wire management.
Other Thoughts: I have done two builds with this case. One had a vented side panel while the other had a plexiglass window. Not a big problem but makes it hard to describe to a potential buyer of a build.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Powerful. I purchased this to replace a old Lynksys that was given to me used twelve years ago. They only problem with the Lynk was it was not powerful enough to stream media to a tv on the other side of the house. The 5700 accomplished that. BUT!!
Cons: The unit cannot make it thru three consecutive days without being re-set or re-booted. This only effects the wifi capabilities LAN is stable. I have read other reviews complaining about this so I should have heeded. I will request an R.M.A. and do further research.
Other Thoughts: I was hoping this would workout since it is kinda plain looking meaning not obvious and two shelves below it is a D-Link switch that works great.READ FULL REVIEW