Joined on 03/13/11
Best Board for the buck
Pros: Booted right up with no issues. recognized ram as DDR3 1600 right off the bat. recognized the i5-3570k CPU. Everything you need and non of the junk.
Cons: none as of right now.
Overall Review: I have never been a real big Asus fan but they just got me as a long time buyer. This is only my second board from them and both boards are strong. First board was bought last year for a FX-4100.
Just as good as OtterBox, if not better.
Pros: Protects the phone well, rubber casing doesn't slide off like the commuter otterbox did on my iPhone 4. Plastic shield isn't flimsy.
Cons: not really a con but it fits so snug might take a couple of minutes to get the buttons lined up right, not really a con just a fact.
Overall Review: I found that leaving the rubber inside the black casing and sliding the phone up from the bottom worked the best to the case on the phone.
IMO best bank for your back...
Pros: Performs excellent, maxed out most of the games I played. WoW avg is 90 with everything maxed with 8x multisampling and 16x texture filtering, drops down to around 55-65 in busy areas. Maxed out Diablo 3 with no hitches.
Cons: Only thing that really sucks about this card is the $300+ price tag, but it's well worth it.
Overall Review: I am running this card with a AMD FX-4100 so I might be getting bottlednecked just a bit cause of the CPU but I still can run any game out there with more than average framerates. Will do a follow up when I upgrade to a i5 ivy-bridge CPU next month.