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I like the back jacks
easy to install
Everything works like it said. Played with overclocking on it some and seems to work, Just don't expect much from the new intel chips.
Cons: Nothing much that I can see off hand, But the manual that came with it is kind of small, I would of liked a big book to read and not a small book that's hard to for my old eyes.
The system panel connector should be on the side, but I cant see it anyway when I closed the case. But I know that anyway before I ordered it.
Other Thoughts: intel 4970K
4x2G 3V4G3D/US Samsung 1.35V memory (hard to find)
Water Cooled on Apogee XL, D5 Pump, two single 140x Occool Rads.
SeaSonic SS-520FL2 Power supply
Pros: Never had a problem with BIOSTAR boards, still have a old T bird amd board that works. It just works, I had Zero problems with installing it.
I installed my old AMD 4870x2 Video card and it fired up with zero problems. Later I installed a new HD7790 (just to cool things down). Fired right up zero problems.
Happy with Biostar
Cons: would of been nice to have a optical out for audio on back, but not a big thing for the cost of board.
Other Thoughts: 120G SSD drive
HD 7790 gigabite 1G
4 Gig of old Kingston HyperX
Intel Core i3-4130 Haswell
4 year old Thermaltake Toughpower 850w
Antec 900 case v1
This review is from: Toshiba 39" 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV 39L1350U
Pros: Cheap, good picture for the price.
Its light so I put it on a wall mount in my man cave in back room.
It has 3 HDMI jacks, remote seems to work with my Sony blueray player (that streems to it.) which is a plus.
Cons: Picture looks a little blue, like my cheap Samsung 32 inch TV. (That had to go back to get fixed in under a year).
Other Thoughts: This is not my main TV but I don't care to spend lots on a bedroom TV. (I'm happy with it.)
It comes with a one year guarantee like all the 2000$ and up TVs.