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Pros: Oh boy where to start with the pros, first of all I love the bios navigation of this bard allows me to navigate and get to the options I want fast for manual tweaking. Board runs nice and cool with a i5 that I've tested it with, high grade capacitors designed to stand even the test of time. The on board sound chip on this thing is phenomenal sound comes through crisp and clear. In the past I've always dismissed ASRock as a secondary and even a third choice for my purchases behind MSI and Gigabyte. But I must say with this Fatality edition ASRock had changed my mind to become perhaps my primary go to board in the future. Well done ASRock and thank you NewEgg.
Cons: Theres is not one single Con I can say about this board.
Other Thoughts: Ive always been an AMD sort of a guy root for the underdogs (-: so it took me sum time to used to the whole Intel thing. One thing that I dislike the most about these Intel Chip sets is that the Sockets where the CPU goes has the pins on the boards and not the CPU's. I can see ppl struggle with not bending the pins on these things as I have at one point.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well first of all, I am connected through Quest's DSL VIA a telephone line. Which kind of sucks because I am over 2,000ft from the the main hub. So there's quite of bit of bandwidth loss by the time the signal actually reaches me. With this product, not only did my day to day web surfing speed increase by about 250kb it also lowered my ping to 5ms. Where before it was 9ms, so a substantial gain to ms which is important when it comes to online gaming.
Cons: No CONS from me.
Other Thoughts: I would Definitely recommend this product to anyone that uses a phone line as means of connecting to the internet. I only had two of these so I really couldn't tell you the real benefits of having it in a home network.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Wider Range Somewhat Descent price
Cons: Even tho it had a slightly wider range than stock Wifi's On the Speed side it wasn't all that noticeable than most stock's.
Other Thoughts: I tested it on several different laptops and a few different desktops and it worked great.Although I my self still prefer to be connected via a Ethernet cable on the main desktop that I personally use. The drivers are stable on Win 8.1, 8, 7 and XP, not once did I encounter even a slightest problem on any of the mentioned OS.READ FULL REVIEW