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Pros: Heavy, has a hole to screw or lock it into place, plug'n'play, fireproof, waterproof, idiot proof.
Cons: Won't fit inside a computer case, but hey.
Other Thoughts: Bought this for my company's small server. They kept pushing for some redundant backup... so I gave them some backup! Even though we're in a desert in the middle of nowhere in a steel building, so fire and flood is unlikely - this little brick gave the higher ups some peace of mind.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Absolutely no complaints with this board. Mr. Debug is so helpful I hope it becomes the norm and replaces the morse code beeps.
3 Pci-Express slots total, so if you're planning on building the ultimate gaming machine this is the way to go. On top of that, ASROCK has a very nice BIOS.
Cons: None except maybe that the CPU power connectors are a bit tough to reach if you have a big processor cooler like I did.
Other Thoughts: The one thing that really stings me is that a new version of this motherboard came out the day after I bought it for only $10 more. I would have gladly paid an extra $10 for the new one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AZZA Toledo 301 (CSAZ-301) Black SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Inside case is very spacious, and this might be the first screwless bay design I've seen that I actually really liked. The hard drive bays are especially well designed. I'd like to shake the hand of the person who came up with it.
All the fans, especially the giant one, insure that this beastly rig is going to stay well circulated.
Cons: One thing that I've noticed with Azza cases is that their fans all use 4-pin molex connections. Not a fan of those.
Other Thoughts: I wish this came with red LEDs.READ FULL REVIEW