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This review is from: ASUS KCMA-D8 ATX Server Motherboard Dual Socket C32 AMD SR5670 DDR3 1333/1066/800
Pros: Lots of features, good performance. Used it in 2 different server builds
Cons: The graphics on this board always lag, no matter what processor or OS I've used.
The real big con to this is bios support, or at least right now it is. NewEgg will not tell us what bios we will be getting for a new order. So all the C32 chips they have might not even work with it since it will need the bios update.
Of course you can't do the bios update without an older supported processor.
I wanted to use this board for another build, but I think I'll have to choose another unless I can get a confirmation from NewEgg/Asus that the ones shipping now will support the 4334
Other Thoughts: I would buy this board again, allowing I knew the bios wouldn't be an issue.
If you have the 4100 series chips, then you have no issues.
Pros: Just the price
Cons: I ordered 4 of these drives over the last week or so through new egg, and I know it's not their fault but everyone of these drives had high numbers of seek and ECC errors being reported by SMART right out of the box. One of them has gotten so bad that windows crashed out, and had to be reloaded again.
Other Thoughts: Seagate's quality is slipping, and I am no longer going to buy a seagate drives for any notebook.
I used to get Hitachi drives, but they seem to be hard to come by now.
I will be RMA'ing these drives to newegg after I get an answer from seagate.
This review is from: Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g
Pros: The price to lifetime ration on these guys is great. I usually see them last around 4 years+. Good reliability, and coverage for the price.
Cons: I have seen a few of these guys die within a month, and sometimes right out of the box. However out of the about 100 I have sold and installed that would be only 4 of them.
Other Thoughts: Newegg is offering this for a bit more than I would expect it to be. Local Worstbuy has it almost 25 to 20 bucks less usually.READ FULL REVIEW