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Pros: + It's not too expensive.
+ I have it in a PCIe2.0 slot and it plays some games at pretty high graphic levels with suitable fps @ 720p resolution. (WoW, sc2, tomb raider, sim city, LoL, skryim)
+ Temperature stays low to warm but never hot.
+ CrossFireX ready if you ever want to upgrade your system that way.
Cons: Really, I can't think of anything worth mentioning as a con. It is exactly what should be expected from its stats.
Other Thoughts: * My screen is only 720p, so I don't know how well it'll do at higher resolutions, but I wouldn't expect too much past medium graphics above 720p.
* I kinda like the faceplate thing.
* It's not too long of a card. It's a full inch from the edge of my motherboard.
(* 7.5 WEI graphics index)
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit (Full Version)
-Finally something different.
Cons: -Takes a short while to get used to.
-What was easy in the other Windows OS's is now perplexing.. like finding "my computer". I don't think "my computer" exists, though.. not sure, yet.
Other Thoughts: If you go into it with an open mind, you'll have fun with it. I know I am. All the stuff they made available to you is awesome. It's all through the xbox/microsoft store, though. That part doesn't matter to me. There are better free games than other windows os's offered from the store. You do have to make an account with microsoft before being able to use the store.. which is to be expected. It's a simple process though.
All in all I'm glad I took the chance buying this.
*GPU better than expected.
Cons: *Nothing yet.READ FULL REVIEW
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