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Pros: Great performance for the dollar. This card will generally out run a GTX980 at half the price. It is also quite power efficient for the performance.
Two of these in Crossfire (on an appropriate MB) will bring you up to the performance of a GTX1070 for a substantially less cost.
Cons: This card only has display port connections and 1 HDMI. It comes with no adapters. So be sure your monitor supports one of those, or you get an appropriate adapter with it if you need DVI or VGA. The only other con is everyone knows they are the best bang for the buck and they are regularly out of stock.
Other Thoughts: Like most video cards using either AMD and NVidia GPUs, I am not usually happy with the stock fan settings. But AMD is including "Wattman" with the Radeon Settings application in their driver package. You can manually set the fan speed curve there and it keeps it quite cool.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Case is a pretty good deal for the sale price. Decent cooling. Looks nice. Compact, if you are looking for a small design.
Cons: This case is a lot smaller than it looks in the picture. I would say calling it a "mid-tower" is a bit too generous. It can hold a full size motherboard with no extra space, but a big video card is going to get tricky. The 3 1/2 inch mounts are at the end of the card slots (low in the case) so a long card will hit them and the PCIex power plugs, if on top, may hit the front braces.
It is pretty basic in design. Basically a bargain low end case, just with a nicer look.
Other Thoughts: This is not a bad case if you are looking for a little package, it is narrower, shorter and thinner than what I consider the standard size mid-towers cases I have used. For a gaming machine with large components it may not work. I have a video card that will not fit in this at all, thankfully not the one I was planning to use in it. But with the one I used (R9 280) with just a full ATX board, SSD, HD and a DVD rom, all got pretty crowded in there.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Proscan PLT1077G 10" Bluetooth(R) Quad Core Tablet with 8GB Memory
Pros: Nice screen. 32G card slot.
Cons: NOT a 1.5 A9, but a 1.3 A7. Does not come with a case or Bluetooth keyboard.
Card is pretty much required with only 8G on the tablet.
Other Thoughts: This is not a bad tablet and was a good deal as advertised, but it is not what the specs show. So it isn't such a great deal considering what it really is. There is some confusion on the processor as looking up the model number on the internet seems to show as the A9 (as well as the specs here), but the box shows an A7 with the same model number and the processor actually in the unit was an A7.READ FULL REVIEW