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Pros: -Lots of technology packed into a Micro ATX form factor.
-Great performance and compatibility (after BIOS update).
-Love the M.2 PCI-E x4 capability.
-Nice looking design.
Cons: -BIOS that it shipped with (1.x) was very buggy; borderline unusable for my setup. BIOS version 2.00 was decent but still had a couple of minor annoyances (e.g. disconnecting power from your computer would result in auto-entry into BIOS setup on next startup.) BIOS version 2.20 is very solid, though...thank you!
Other Thoughts: -I would highly recommend this M/B for anyone except maybe hard-core over-clockers (but they would be buying a 'Z' series anyway, right?) Excellent choice for general purpose computing (e.g. home/business use).
-I would definitely buy this M/B again. In fact, I've already purchased 4 of them for small office computer builds.
-Go ahead and download BIOS version 2.20 from the ASROCK website. After installing the M/B in your chassis, do yourself a favor and update the BIOS first thing...then you should have smooth sailing.
Pros: Handles pretty much any kind of input: HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, & DVI (w/ included adapter). Has built-in speakers. No bad pixels. Fast response time. VESA mount. 3-Year Warranty.
Other Thoughts: Nice monitor and display looks great. More than enough brightness to satisfy anyone. It's nice that the built-in stand doesn't use the VESA mount, so you can attach small computers (i.e. intel NUC) to the back of the monitor while still using the included stand.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works great with Intel NUC D34010WYK and Intel NUC D54250WYK kits. The CAS 9 latency is nice for this class of DIMM. Low voltage (1.35v) works great with latest generation Core i5 and Core i7 chips. No issues.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW