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Pros: There was plenty of space to put all the peripherals and a ton of USB ports.
Cons: Once I got the board booted it took forever to do an install of Windows 7. I had a brand new SSD and 16 gigs of memory so I knew there was an issue. Once Windows loaded (slower than my old dual core) it was crash after crash programs would Stop Responding and I couldn't load the drivers it just would quit, crash and black screen.
The UEFI BIOS is like something out of the 90's my mouse was very much useless so I had to use the keyboard anyway.
Other Thoughts: At first I thought it was the HDD but it ran fine on my working Asus/Intel PC lightning fast read writes. All of the memory sticks were working in my PC because I just pulled them after an upgrade.
So I don't have a clue as to why this board made everything bog down so badly. I have never encountered anything like this.
Pros: Very fast, I upgraded from a AMD 3800 dual core to this and trust me there is a difference. I can't believe how fast this processor is even without overclocking. (I never OC my CPUs) Just knowing that I can is really awesome.
Cons: I'm no longer a AMD fanboy. I have always run AMD CPU's starting with the socket A's XP series. I was told on my new build to go for Intel by a good friend (Thanks Russ) because it's better for gaming. Glad I listened.
Other Thoughts: Even though I liked AMD I will definitely recommend Intel CPU's from now on.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's Kingston and I have always had good luck with Kingston ram.
Cons: I had to tweak the voltage in the BIOS to get it to run at 1600 but it's just an annoyance not wroth docking an egg.
Other Thoughts: Runs smooth and likes my games.READ FULL REVIEW