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Pros: (Updating my previous review) I just noticed that this exact chair is used by the writers of the award-winning TV show "Bosch." There's a photo posted on author Michael Connelly's website that shows the writer's room - and every chair is a B580! Since Newegg won't let me post a URL, just do a Google image search for ""michael connelly" writers room season 2."
Cons: Buying this chair, unfortunately, will not make you an award-winning TV writer.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my 5th or 6th ASRock mobo, and I've loved every one of 'em. They've all worked perfectly for me and have been super reliable. I gave this one a G3258 3.2GHz CPU and didn't even bother trying to overclock, since it's more than fast enough for my wife's light-duty PC.
Cons: Whenever I see disparaging comments about mobos in these reviews, I ask myself how much the reviewers really know about proper installation and setup. There are lots of ways to foul up a fresh motherboard - jamming the 24-pin power connector into place without holding the board underneath, where there's no support, is just one tiny example out of many. Based on my experience, if you show proper respect for their delicate circuitry, ASRock motherboards will serve you very well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent value, sturdy, fits my 6-foot 1-inch 220-pound body just fine. It replaced a $350 chair which was not as good as this one.
Cons: It's true about the lousy packaging. It looks like angry chimps packed the parts in the shipping box, trying their best to do a crummy job. (If you packaged a chair this way at Ikea, you'd be insta-fired.) But somehow the chair survived just fine - perhaps a testament to its sturdiness.READ FULL REVIEW