Date Joined: 04/10/07
Pros: Very well priced 8GB DDR4 RAM that works fine.
Overall Review: On the slower side (DDR4 2133), you get what you pay for of course. Not really a Con though.
Again: You get what you pay for, however if this is all you need, don't waste money by spending more money for what you don't need. I know my Nana wouldn't be able to tell the difference between this RAM and RAM which cost 5 times more, for what she uses her computer for.
Pros: Perfect for Nana's computer which I built for less than $400 total and suits her e-mail/facebook/youtube/netflix habits perfectly.
Cons: Eh, it's not "powerful enough"...? Many people don't need something more powerful or expensive than this. Many people do.
Overall Review: You want to build a gaming computer? Don't choose this.
You want to build a computer for the mother/grandmother that will do everyone she wants it to do very fast (for them, atleast)? This is enough, you don't need to spend more.
Pros: The best small case I've ever worked with.
Pros: Everything you'd expect from a budget MoBo for a budget build.
Budget MoBo with an M.2 Socket... something you wouldn't have dreamed of a year ago.
Paired with a $60 128GB ADATA M.2 SSD perfectly.
Cons: It's not as good as a $300 MoBo, what are you expecting?
Overall Review: You get what you pay for.
If you need the features and more slots for stuff for a serious gaming computer, go for a more expensive MoBo... else this is a great budget MoBo for grandma's computer or a basic kid's gaming computer or an office computer.
Pros: Easy installation into motherboard.
Plug and play with Win 10.
Overall Review: My Nana lives upstairs and her computer's location is probably ~35 feet away from my router in a straight line, going across several walls and our roof/her floor. She gets great signal on her new computer I built with this card in it.
Pros: -Easiest drive I've ever installed. It's almost as easy as installing ram. Click in, screw down, done. No running cables.
-Even though it's still a SATA interface in the M.2 socket, it's still an SSD of course and has SSD speeds.
Cons: -It's not faster...? You get what you pay for of course.
-If you need the speed of something like the Samsung Pro series, then fork over the extra money for one. Otherwise this is fine.
Overall Review: First time installing an M.2 socket and I panicked a bit when the drive bent upwards after it clicked into the socket. Turns out this is completely normal and just push it down and screw the other side in.