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Pros: Inexpensive, small and quiet.
It did good with some of the following games;
StarCraft II @ 45 FPS (High Settings)
Diablo III @ 50 FPS (Med - High Settings)
Counter Strike:GO @ 60 FPS (High Settings)
Hawken @ 55 FPS (High Settings)
Other Thoughts: Here are the specs for the computer i used and tested on;
Intel Celeron G1840 Dual-Core
ASUS Micro MotherBoard
PnY 630 2GB GPU
120GB SanDisk SSD
This review is from: ASUS H81M-K LGA 1150 Intel H81 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Everything seem to work as it was suppose to (After Update). Everything you see is pretty much what you'll get.
Updating took up around 10 minutes.
Cons: Only 4 USB ports. Slight problem for me, due to the fact that this MB is used for a Lan center.
BIOS were not up to date. 10/10 board I've received were outdated. Majority of them were Version 0401. Some were 0703. They must be updated to run the 4th Gen Intel Processors.
Other Thoughts: I currently have 45 of this board and had to manually update the BIOS to 0805. 1 Month ago it was 0804. For those who are planning to use this board, especially with the latest Intel CPU, make sure you update the board.
I've paired this MB with the Intel Celeron G1840.
Pros: Price, built quality.
Cons: It has a slight feedback issue. Sometime you can hear an echo.
Other Thoughts: I've used it on 3 different desktop computer and a laptop. It has a slight echo that come and goes. Maybe due to the input connection from the headphones to the computer. Overall, it's a good unit.READ FULL REVIEW
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