Joined on 11/15/07
Pros: Affordable way to add USB 3.0 to your system
Cons: Flimsy card doesn't really stay in the PCIe slot very well, be sure to screw it in well.
Overall Review: Install the driver software before installing the card. Windows grabbed something off Windows Update that didn't work, even though everything looked good in Device Manager. Uninstalling the card and reinstalling got it to grab the driver off the included CD.
You Get What You Pay For
Pros: Nice little case, not too terrible to work in. Very affordable.
Cons: Metal is easy to bend as other comments have said, so be gentle. The included PSU is notorious for problems. The one I got does not put out +12VDC on the SATA power line (and there's only one SATA power line)! But the molex line is fine. Be sure to spend an extra $5 and get a Rosewill 8" Sata Power Splitter Cable Model RCW-302 here on Newegg if you need to power any SATA devices other than SSDs (optical, HDD both need +12VDC).
Overall Review: I e-mailed support about the PSU and have not had a response in several weeks. I also tried calling during their business hours and it rang and rang and rang and then asked for a pass code. Their website is a bit shady as well. Hopefully they get back to me eventually...
Warning: No Integrated Graphics
Pros: - Good price
Cons: - No where on the NewEgg page does it say whether it has integrated graphics. The box reads "Discrete Graphics Card Required" so be sure to get a video card if you want to use this CPU!
Overall Review: - As long as you already have a video card, this should work for you.