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Asus V2-AE1
4.0 out of 10

Asus V2-AE1

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Overall 2
2.0

Bad

Jason A., Newegg
7 February 2007
  • Pros: None
  • Cons: I have had nothing but and absolute bad experience with this product. Asus tech support is horrible.
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Overall 10
10

power must be switched to 110

James B., Newegg
8 January 2007
  • Summary: mmm none
  • Pros: all around good low cost unit.as with other i agree its pretty silent.good onboard vid is well its via ok lol but all is good for what its being used for.
  • Cons: make sure you switch the 110/220 volt switch to 110 or you will be like the other viewer that had a whopping unheard of 3 yes i said 3 doa's.is that possible? i sappose so out of my thousands of builds i cant say i have had the privlage of having 3 of any units be a true doa.fact never had more t...
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Overall 10
10

Awesome

Abigail M., Newegg
26 December 2006
  • Summary: This is the way to go for a barebones setup and a quiet computer.
  • Pros: Build two of these for two customers, worked right out of the box without any hassle. Quiet, runs cool.
  • Cons: Incorrect voltage selection on the PSU, take notice before turning it on.
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Overall 2
2.0

User Review

Brandon M., Newegg
13 December 2006
Overall 2
2.0

3rd DOA

Anonymous, Newegg
8 December 2006
  • Summary: don't buy these deteriorating heaps
  • Pros: none for me, as this is my 3rd asus barebones kit DOA from newegg in a row........
  • Cons: see above
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Overall 10
10

Neat little box

Paul D., Newegg
21 November 2006
  • Summary: Super cheap upgrade from 2.7Ghz Celeron eMachine that smoked hard on boot. Used most of the parts from it, so total outlay was under $200 for box and AMD 3500+ CPU.
  • Pros: Well built hardware. Easy to install CPU and parts. Booted and ran the 1st time with no problems. Very fast with 7600GS AGP card and IDE drives. Planning on moving to SATA and PCI-E card after XMAS. This design makes it easy to use "old" parts and then upgrade later. Added front fan and the box r...
  • Cons: Skimpy included documentation. Website to download PDF of manual a tad cumbersome. Some weirdness with USB devices initially that never returned after a cold start.
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Overall 10
10

Worth the Money

Ritchie M., Newegg
7 September 2006
  • Summary: If you are building a bargain pc with good specs this is the way to go! Even runs Dual channel ram.
  • Pros: Great Price,Easy Setup,Attractive,compact, lots of features.Power Supply seems really steady.
  • Cons: Noisy fans, front panel tabs are flimsy and can be broken easily. No CPU voltage adjustment that I can find.
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Overall 10
10

works great

tammy b., Newegg
2 September 2006
  • Pros: Plenty fast for the price
  • Cons: Depending on the processor you get you may have to update the BIOS. you will have to rename the BIOS ROM you get to A8VMQ.ROM for the it to update if you have to update it.
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Overall 2
2.0

User Review

Mary M., Newegg
31 August 2006
  • Pros: Looks great.
  • Cons: Innaccurate specs, and lack of a real manual. According to one of asus's techs, it accepts 400mhz ram only, rather than both 400mhz and 333mhz ram.
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Overall 10
10

Great Bargain

Anonymous, Newegg
21 August 2006
  • Summary: Definately a good buy.
  • Pros: Socket 939, Asus A8VM micro ATX board. XP was easy to setup, bought this with an Athlon64 3000+ CPU and 2x 512mb Crucial RAM
  • Cons: None
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