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Pros: Unbeatable! For hopping up a system without resorting to overclocking and other such things, this is the chip to use. The last of the Gen 3 goes out in grand style. Loads of muscle power. What is more, the included stock cpu fan is way quieter and every bit as effective as the CoolerMaster fan I was using. This chip installed in moments, booted right up and has been without a hitch for 2 months now.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW
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Pros: I just got into this sort of thing in the last few months. I also own Photoshop Elements 11. I can definitely say that for a beginner, Light Room 5 is going to be way more user-friendly. As a novice, I still have to shift back and forth between the two programs to get all the things I want. But, Light Room 5 has been wonderful. I give it 5 stars for being easy, friendly and forgiving. Ask a true techie for a professional opinion.
Cons: I can't think of any now. If I do, I will amend my review :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Dropped right in to my Antec 302 case and Gigabyte motherboard, courtesy of the mounting bracket provided with it. The Intel software I already had for my 120 GB SSD woke up right away. I was flying at warp speed within minutes. Awesome drive, and the price was finally under $1 per GB.
Cons: UM...haven't found one.
Other Thoughts: Teamed with the last of the Gen 3 i5's...this drive is fantastic. Unless someone makes me a convincing case or offers me a free trial, I won't buy any other make of SSD but Intel.READ FULL REVIEW