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Pros: Quiet, very Quiet. I cant hear the fan even under load.
Plenty of sata connectors with (2) 6+2 for sli/crossfire configs.
Looks nice too!
Im very happy.
Cons: I cant find any cons other than why do they still include 4 pin molex and floppy connectors?
Its time to remove those from enthusiasts PSUs, no one uses them anymore and they just make it harder for cable management.
Pros: Quiet, very quiet, under load I cant hear it over the cpu and 3 case fans and 970s.
Looks nice, very sturdy. Powering Intel i5-4690k @ 4.4GHz, 2 GTX 970s in Sli on a MSI Z97 Gaming 5, 16GB Ballistix ram, 2 WD 1TB in RAID 1 and a Samsung 840 Evo 500GB SSD.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought the Asrock AM1H-ITX for my living room htpc and I love this board. Layout is perfect for my case, Antec ISK600, it has 2x the sata ports than other boards, usb 3.0 header, able to install low power video card, etc. This system is pretty much silent and cool.
Paired with a 5350 APU
Antec ISK 600 Case
4GB Crucial Ballistix Sport
PNY Nvidia GT 720
Seasonic SS300 PSU
Samsung 850 Evo 120GB (OS)
WD 2TB Black Data
Samsung Slimline DVD
Cons: I have none. Everything on this just works.
Other Thoughts: I bought the Asus one first, trying to stay loyal, but it just had no features, I couldn't even install a GT720 w PCI-E x4 on it and no USB 3 header.
Asrock may have a new customer for motherboards.
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