Date Joined: 11/09/01
Pros: Easy to setup and use. I bought two. Using one for home automation and another for my summer home security system.
Cons: Advanced customization is lacking! Could use immediate notification to cell phones (texting)
Pros: excellent range particularly for brick/cement/concrete buildings. Easy setup with different setup options. Customization.
Cons: looks but who cares when its functionality exceeds expectations
Overall Review: Bought a Netgear much more expensive for range extenders. The Netgear can hardly cover a couple of rooms in a cement building. Bought more Edimax to replace the Netgear.
Pros: Pretty quiet and stable current
Cons: I have lost 3 of them so far. One after a week (got an exchange) The other two were gone within the first few months.
Overall Review: Not enough connectors for additional server power.
Pros: None (DOA)
Cons: DOA. Could not replace
Pros: Excellent card with VMware build in drivers, recognized the card right away. Bought a couple for my VMware servers.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: Worked great in my iMac. Run the benchmark tests and got a higher memory score.
Cons: none so far.
Pros: Fast, performed multiple read and write tests with XPx64, VistaX64, XPx32 and it astonished me how fast.
Cons: You can only get one rebate. I got two of these babies but can only get one rebate.
Overall Review: Still expensive at this time and age for 4GB. Price should be for the 8GB
Comments: Excellent MOBO for a performance budget system. Used this one with AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Venice, CORSAIR ValueSelect 1GB (2 x 512MB) for dual channel memory, ASPIRE X-Infinity ATXB6KLW-BK/350 Black, ASUS EAX300SE-X/TD/128 Radeon X300SE 128MB DDR PCI-Express x16 and the only worthwhile SATA II Drive Update HITACHI Deskstar T7K250 0A31637 160GB 7200 RPM Serial ATA II Hard Drive. The only think I could not get from NewEgg was a PCI firewire card which is the only think missing from this mobo. Installed my WinXP 64 bit version (Yes it is out) and put on my seat belt.