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Pros: Extremely fast, great signal coverage and penetration at my home.
Cons: Price, but isn't that always a con for quality products?
Other Thoughts: I had an issue where I thought the router was dead. The power supply light was blinking and the router wouldn't power up. I ordered a replacement power supply from (unnamed auction site) to no avail. I finally called tech support, they had me hold in the reset button for like 2 minutes. It worked, the router booted right back up and has been working perfectly since.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first SSD. I should have gone with the 1TB. This thing is wicked fast compared to my old HDDs. I expected that, but still, WOW. Everything is faster with an SSD, I'll never go back to HDDs except for storage.
Cons: Price ($399), but I knew going in because this was brand new at the time, it's now $269.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No way I've found yet to slow this beast down. It's the centerpiece of my new (09/2014) system. No problems at all, the only thing that's ever utilized all the cores is a benchmark. Nothing else even comes close to making this break a sweat. I have no need to overclock at this point, perhaps after I upgrade a few more parts.
Cons: Price, but I knew that going in. You get what you pay for.
Other Thoughts: 6 cores, 12 threads at 3.5 GHz, fastest machine I've ever owned. I see no reason to go for the i7-5960X over this unless you actually use programs that utilize all cores. This CPU is actually major overkill for gaming, but I wanted one that can do anything.READ FULL REVIEW