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Pros: Overclocks well( havent pushed it to its limits yet) i have the OC set to 1100mhz core and havent touched the memory yet.
Performs very well, nice improvement over my GTX 560
Cons: It seems a little less sturdy than my previous GTX 560 from MSI. See other thoughts.
Other Thoughts: It seems a bit flimsy compared to my gtx 560, but this shouldnt be a big issue because it doesnt sag under its own weight. I will write a more detailed review after i have had it a bit longer to see if any issues arise. I would recommend this card. i got it for a great price(if i bought it from newegg it would have been a bit cheaper) Plus the free games are good.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: XIGMATEK eXTREME SILENT Series XSF-F1252 120mm Case Fan
Pros: It is a quality built fan. Ive had them for about 6 months now running nearly non-stop and they still work like new. I've had some other fans from different manufactures that start squealing or making funny noises after just a month or so of use. so its well worth it to spend the extra few dollars on a quality fan.
Cons: Not really a con but the fans Can get a little noisy when at max speed but what do you expect if you want some high airflow.
Other Thoughts: Im going to stick with this company for my fans for the time being, going to try the XAF series next.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great card for the price.
Runs BF3 on Max settings(can run Ultra but it can get a little choppy but not bad at all.)
Runs BF3 on Ultra smoothly after a slight overclock.
Overclocks well, running 1ghz core 2000mhz shader and 2100mhz memory at just under 1.1mV and stays cool (around 60c +/- 5c)
Cons: Its not a GTX 680
Other Thoughts: If you are on a budget but still want some good gaming performance, pick this card up, runs very well after OC'ing it, and stays nice and cool because of the dual fan cooling solution. i was gonna grab another to SLI, but im going to pick up a 670 when they come out.READ FULL REVIEW