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Pros: All the processor you're going to need if the main purpose for your computer is gaming. If you're doing 3-D effects rendering or using other higher end programs that are demanding then go for an i7 model. Other wise this will be all the processor you'll need.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good quality board with great features. Also, you can't beat ASUS's graphic BIOS in my opinion. Top notch. Also it's SLI ready and came with the SLI cable. For someone who wants to possibly do SLI now or in the near future, this is a great board.
Cons: The I/O shield was extremely hard to get in. I had to bend some tabs and even cut my finger in the process. For the sake of a few extra cents they could have supplied the nice flush I/O shield that are included in higher end models.
Other Thoughts: Good board for the money. Paired this with an Intel i5 3750K. Great combo for gaming.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great fans (4 total), with a reasonable amount of room in the case. USB 3.0 on the front with a nice tray with a mat to put your phone or iPod is a nice touch. Room in the case to mount two more 120 mm fans!
Cons: Cable management!
Other Thoughts: Had to subtract an egg for cable management. If they had made the case maybe 2 cm wider on the back to accommodate the large cables covered in braided wire then it would have been 5 eggs. Also, be warned if you plan on using a very large graphics card. I have a ASUS P8Z77-V LK mother board paired with a Geforce GTX 660 and I think I have about 4-5 cm clearance between the end of the card and the start of the drive bays. I lucked out that it fit because that never even crossed my mind till I started building.READ FULL REVIEW