Date Joined: 08/06/07
Pros: Very roomy, excellent airflow, came with tons of screws, very durable, no rice, mounts for multiple mobo form factors, bottom-mounted PSU...
I could go on for a while.
Cons: Front bezel could be just a little sturdier, but hasn't been a problem at all.
Overall Review: Noone can beat a case of this quality for this price range.
Pros: It's been a very reliable board. Almost everything worked flawlessly with Linux out of the box.
Cons: I had to use Realtek's NIC drivers for a while, but this isn't really something I can blame the board for.
Pros: Sort of works I guess.
Cons: Horrible image ghosting and blur. I will be RMAing this one if it's even worth it to do so.
Pros: They work, they're inexpensive, and they're quiet.
Pros: Great 1.5V memory. Price was right.
Cons: None really.
Pros: Works as well as one would expect. The card seems capable of handling most every semi-modern game thrown at it, and does great as a co-processor for distributed computing projects.
Cons: First one was defective. Fan base was out of place resulting in a loud clicking noise under high load. Naturally, newegg's RMA was quick and painless.
Overall Review: Great buy for the price. My first dive into AMD/ATi graphics in nearly a decade.
Pros: Great sound, not too heavy, plenty of cord. Mic sounds pretty good.
Cons: Can get a little uncomfortable on the ears if worn for more than an hour or so, and I have small ears. I can only wonder what it does for those with big ones.
Pros: Keeps the CPU cool, and still works. Good for the price.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: Works well, I haven't had any major issues.
Cons: A small clicking sound has developed in the fan. Probably just something clipping.
Pros: Everything works well, I only bought this for an old machine I was playing around with.
Pros: Card works as expected. I bought it to put in a fairly weak machine I was throwing together just for the heck of it.
Pros: This card is great for the price, and it beats my on-board sound by far.