Joined on 08/13/04
Pros: Price Build Quality Performance Works well with music and home theater 3 years old and still going strong!
Cons: Blue LED dies quickly (actually a plus for me)
Overall Review: I've had my s10.3 for over 3 years now. The Blue LED did go out within the first week but it was annoyiing and I was going to put electrical tape over it anyway. I was even sent another LED replacement but never installed it and don't where it is anymore. The subwoofer is awesome. I got mine from another vendor on clearance a few years back but it is worth the $250 that Newegg is charging right now. The s10.3 blends well with my speakers and is great with music and home theater. I would definitely take it over the smaller Energy M6 and M8 subwoofers which can't hit as low and fill a room as well as the s10.3. Don't let the LED issue bother you about the quality of the speaker components. Energy is a solid mfr of speakers from entry level to higher end product lines that cost over $2000 each. I have some of their other speakers in my collection too.
Works Great For Me!
Pros: Works right out of box Compatible with PC6400 memory from various mfrs Integrated video works well SATA2
Cons: Only two memory slots 2 SATA, 4 IDE should be reversed PCI-E16 only runs at 8x
Overall Review: Have had no problems with this mobo at all. Earlier reviewer stated video only does 1024 x 768. Not true. Ran much higher on my 17" CRT and currently running 1440 x 900 on my Hanns-G 19" lcd widescreen. Newer drivers available on Nvidia website but included drivers ran at this resolution too.