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Pros: Solid construction, eSata works fine in Windows 10, USB functions as well.
Cons: No USB 3, but they make a new version for a few bucks more that supports 3.0.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No need for PCI-E power connector. Short length works well with badly designed MB that put SATA connectors behind PCI-E slot. Low power consumption doesn't need high powered PSU. Better than decent gaming, especially given its price. Full size HDMI port, no adapter needed. Quiet and cool.
Cons: No SLI capability.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASRock G41C-GS R2.0 LGA 775 Intel G41 + ICH7 Intel Motherboard
Pros: It allows the use of old processors.
Cons: Bad DDR3 memory support.
Other Thoughts: I bought this MB and an 8gb kit of Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3 memory. It worked, but only at 400 or 533mhz for the memory. If I set the jumper for 1333 speed, it wouldn't boot. I decided to purchase the GSkill memory referred to below thinking that I could get a speed boost, but it won't run at 1333 either. With the jumper set for 1333 and the timing on auto, it sets the speed to 533mhz, just like the Crucial. If I set it manually to 1333, it won't boot. So, the GSkill and the Crucial both "work" with this board, but they won't work at full speed. At least I couldn't get them to.READ FULL REVIEW