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Pros: They both work great. I can't really say much about a fan, except the fact that they do work great. I will note that they do look really nice at night.
Cons: None at the time.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well, there is nothing special here. It is basically a motherboard, and it does what a motherboard should. However I will say that it has almost no issues in Debian Linux, if your going to be using Linux. I would think it would have no problems in any other distribution ether.
Cons: Again, it is just a motherboard. Nothing fancy. I sometimes find it hard to navigate the UEFI BIOS. Who needs a mouse in a BIOS, anyway?
Other Thoughts: To summarize this, if your running Linux, like me, it will not give you any hassle installing it. All of the ports work out-of-the-box. I have not used the Ethernet or the ESATA ports, however Linux does pick up that I do have a Ethernet port.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: There is not much I can say about a PSU, but it stays quiet and it is stable. It's not some PSU that stops working after one month and destroys all of your investments.
Cons: None at this time.
Other Thoughts: Keep in mind it is not modular, so you will have to find some place to put all of the unused wires somewhere.READ FULL REVIEW