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Pros: The "Thermal armor" is fantastic. It makes the motherboard looks nice, it protects and it keeps the temps low.
I believe the "Thermal radar" (software) is easy to use and understand and it also helps keeping low temps in the system.
The 2 little fans that it comes with are a nice add-on to keep those temps where you want them (all about coolness). You can also change the air flow by opening and closing the "flow valve" (part of the armor).
-Dust defender for all ports and slots.
-Beautiful, easy to use, UEFI.
-Asus Homecloud is nice and makes sharing easier.
-5 years manufacture warranty.
Solid mobo, easy to install.
Motherboard has so many good features (software and hardware).
Cons: It's pricey.
The only little problem I had is that I wasn't able to install one of the little fans because I'm using the 1st x1 PCI express.
Other Thoughts: Bought this board on June 2014 and it's been working amazingly amazing since then.
I had a 4770k, now it's running a 4790k. Overclock couldn't be easier!
My last build had a Gigabyte 890FX, 1090t...(my last Intel build was a pentium 4).
When it comes to motherboards I go with Gigabyte and/or ASUS (sometimes MSI). I had 2 AMD Gigabyte mobos before and they were awesome. This time I decided to go Intel ASUS and I regret nothing.
Everything so far is fantastic...from the dust protectors (I live in AZ so they work for me) to all the software you can install to monitor almost every single thing in your PC.
At the beggining I didn't even know where to start with all the features ASUS gave to this mobo...from the old school BIOS to the fantastic Sabertooth UEFI. What an upgrade.
Can you imagine if you can control the flow valve with software?
If you're looking for a ~$250 Intel motherboard. I would recommend this one any day.
Pros: -Micro ATX with 4 RAM slots.
-6 6Gb/s Sata SATA connectors .
-On board HDMI
Worked right out of the box, no problems at all.
Cons: Didn't come with an ASRock "case sticker".
Other Thoughts: Bought this little board for a media server. I've had it for a little bit more than a month and since then it's been running pretty much 24/7.
No problems at all. OS install was fast and easy.
Right now it's running a 4770k, 8GB RAM (1600), and a GT 520.
If you're looking to build a little gaming PC or media center for a good price I would recommend this mobo. This is my first ASRock motherboard and so far...I'm happy with it. I'd buy it again if i need to.
This review is from: HTC One X 16GB 3G White At&t Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone 4.7" 1GB RAM
Pros: This is a really nice phone. I got this phone more than a year ago with AT&T, and it's been one of the best phone I ever had.
HTC did a really good job with this one X. It runs games (apps) smoothly and the 1GB RAM can handle a lot of things. Updated to Android 4.1.1. HTC Sense version: 4+. Sometimes the phone gets a little bit hot when playing too long. Battery life? It's OK I've seen smartphones with better battery life, but I like it.
I liked it so much that a got one for a family member, but this time I got it here.
Cons: Maybe was my mistake, but I read long ago that the HTC One X sold by AT&T was a dual core but "the real phone" was a QUAD CORE. I read the specs on this phone here in NEWEGG and it tells you is a QUAD CORE with 32 GB internal memory!! Well...guess what? It is NOT a quad core with 32GB storage it's just the regular DUAL CORE with only 10-16GB storage...just like the one I got at AT&T. Not happy about that.
Other Thoughts: I really love this phone and I would recommend it, but I am not happy. First I paid extra $5 to have it deliver faster (3-5 business days) I bought it the 19th, they shipped it the 21st, and I got it the 30th. Really??
Then they sent me a 16GB microSD memory for the phone, but could you explain that to me? How am I supposed to install that "extra memory" to my 10GB phone? I did open my old phone and did not find any microSD slot. Help or any explanation is welcome (I will google it).