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Pros: It's RAM that works.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for an HP Chromebox. Popped in it, booted on the first try, and has been working perfectly ever since. Par for the course for Corsair RAM.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Low power, cool running, dual Ethernet, takes desktop RAM.
Cons: Still no USB 3.0.
Other Thoughts: I also have an older version of this motherboard (the one with the Celeron 847). It's pretty much identical with the exception of the more recent CPU. All the same great things apply. Low power consumption, cool operation, enough grunt for a basic workstation, and it's reliable enough for 24x7 operation. The dual ethernet ports make this a great basis for a router. I run Mint Linux on this one, and it's driving a 24" 1920x1200 monitor without any problems. All the hardware was supported. The one fault is that Gigabyte still hasn't bothered to put USB 3.0 on this motherboard, despite upgrading the CPU twice now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's nearly silent, runs very cool, and is decently efficient.
Other Thoughts: I've got two of these running in very different setups. One is a VMWare ESXi server running on a hex core AMD X6 1075T. The other is running Windows 7 as an HTPC with an AMD A4 and Ceton's InfiniTV4. Neither has ever given me a problem. They run quiet, cool, and stable.READ FULL REVIEW