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Pros: -Asus Quality (Main selling point)
-Reasonable Price and feature set
-Performs Reliably in workstations
-Memory compatibility up to 2200
-Has built-in sound
-SATA 6.0 for newer HDD's.
-Has HDMI built-in
Cons: -sound quality is not the best
Other Thoughts: Built 15+ workstations with this motherboard. Performs reliably, not have arrived DOA. All ports and features have been working. Machine easily accomplishes workstation tasks when paired with an i3-2120.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Low cost OEM Drive
-Perfect for workstations that don't need large drives
-7200RPM for decent speed
Cons: -Cost in $/GB =$0.22READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Perfect Form Factor
-Fits full size Graphics
-300W Built-in PSU provides plenty of power for a variety of configurations
-Cooling partition works perfectly for stock Intel coolers
-fits 2 x3.5 HDD's, and a 5.25 CD/DVD/BD Drive
-Lights on the front of the case and case itself are attractive.
-Made from Solid Materials
-Device is less likely to tip over than thin models due to full width
Cons: -Ventilation is not in excess
-working with just one unit might be confusing due to lack of instructions
-Top of the case can be difficult to get on
Other Thoughts: Used in 20+ Workstation configurations for the ease of assembly and small form factor associated with the device. These units do not seem to collect as much dust as the dell units that they replaced. Employees love that they have a much greater amount of leg room.
It takes me approximately 40 minutes to complete a build in this case with having to unbox everything as I go. This is pretty quick and allows me to produce more units in less time.