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Pros: - Fast for a HDD.
- 5 year warranty.
Cons: - Nothing really.
Other Thoughts: - It works, and it seems to be reliable so far.
- Western Digital, at least for me, has been the most dependable compared to Seagate and other HDD manufacturers.
Pros: - It's ok.
Cons: - Retrieving data from the discs is painfully slow. Coming in at 8MBs and building up to ~15MBs.
- You need to buy or find a free alternative to play blu-ray movies on it.
Other Thoughts: - I bought this to make a hard copy back-up of my entire everything on blu-ray discs.
- I know it doesn't seem like it, but I do like it. It's just nothing too spectacular.
Pros: - VRMs come with a bit of anything to keep temperatures down, which is always good.
- Has a well thought out place for the PCIe slot and instead the old PCI slot gets covered by a double slot graphics card.
- Has 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 slots which is great. Running in at x16 and x4 for Crossfire or SLI (that's fine, you most likely won't max out the x4 slot even).
- Can run off of 1 4-pin CPU connector if it NEEDS to instead of the 4+4 it requires.
- The SATA connectors aren't being obstructed by poor placement of graphics card slot.
- Has any USB 3.0 slots.
Cons: - Price? I was building a cheap thing and instead ended up getting one of the more expensive Micro ATX boards for my wife.
Other Thoughts: - All black makes it a bit more difficult to see what you're doing in an all black case. Keep that in mind.READ FULL REVIEW