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This review is from: ASUS R9290-4GD5 Radeon R9 290 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card
Pros: Appears and feels extremely well made. Card is very aesthetically pleasing. Runs about 84C after an hour of gaming OC'd to 1100mhz at 60% fan speed. Doesn't throttle at all at that speed.
Cons: Runs hot either way, and its LOUD LOUD LOUD. It sounds like my computer is about to launch off of my desk when i crank the fan up past 60%.
Other Thoughts: Gonna water cool this puppy with an NZXT G10 bracket and a Corsair H55 as soon as NZXT gets more of the G10 in stock.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Battlefield 4 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical PC Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Love the backlight, great feel, matches my computers LED scheme. Heavy, Solid, Beautiful.
Cons: I just bought this and literally a week later newegg drops the price by $50?! SERIOUSLY YOU GUYS?!
Other Thoughts: I feel like I was jipped out of $50. Send me a gift card or something for the difference. I ALWAYS buy from you and this is the first time i've felt like I had a fast one pulled on me from this site.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks pretty good except for that chrome bit at the end. Overclocks quite well. Runs pretty cool. (even though i'm crossfired with a 2L.)
Cons: Rattles at high fan speeds!!!
Other Thoughts: Got this Crossfired with a Sapphire 7950-100352OCSR with the 7970 PCB factory OC'd @ 950mhz version. Both cards run REALLY warm in my NZXT phantom with all fan slots filled. The 100352OCSR has the better cooler, so i have it on top as it gets the least airflow.
With two 7950's i can EASILY max out ANY game at 1080p. If i wasent such a snob for 60fps constant and ultra settings i'd have stuck with just one 7950, but two more than gets the job done.
Picked this up for $209 a couple weeks ago and its been great ever since. Amazing that they're charging $289 for it now when the 280X is only $299 and quite a bit better. Even though i get more performance with the two 7950's I'd rather have a 290X for about the same price as two of these.