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Pros: The RAM is solid RAM supported by my motherboard's HCL.
Cons: The included cooler doesn't actually fit in my system with the motherboard and video card.
Motherboard is an ASUS MAXIMUS VIII GENE and video card EVGA 980ti FTW.
Other Thoughts: 5 eggs if it fit, 4 eggs since it doesn't. The actual core product though is 5 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ER-8 Router 1 x RJ45 WAN Ports 8 x 10/100/1000Mbps LAN Ports
Pros: The product is based on a fork of Vyatta, so a lot of what you find with Vyatta works with EdgeOS.
The community is very helpful for any out of the norm configuration options you're looking for and there are constantly more custom scripts that become available from that community.
The firmware keeps getting updated and you see new features or bug fixes all the time. Most recently they've added wizards for WAN to LAN initial configuration.
The CLI in the web console is a nice touch.
Cons: Not for the feint of heart. Be prepared to work on a configuration and get your hands dirty with a little CLI work as well.
Other Thoughts: I think you need to expect what you're getting with this product. This is a cheap carrier grade router. If you're ready to make the the next step on your home network from a Tomato or DD-WRT setup, this is a nice step. If you're looking for an affordable carrier grade router this is where it's at.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Windows 8.1 64-bit
Pros: Faster than Windows 7.
Smaller footprint than Windows 7.
Fixes nuances that were in Windows 8.
Cons: Sometimes you still miss a couple things from what you were used to in Windows 7.
Every so often you might see some software that hasn't yet been optimized for Windows 8/8.1
Other Thoughts: Once you understand how to work around Windows 8 and 8.1 you no longer miss Windows 7.READ FULL REVIEW