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Pros: -Excellent cooler Design
-Can max out all my games
-PNY's Lifetime Warranty (after registration)
Cons: -I missed the free game bundle
Other Thoughts: I bought this as an upgrade for my GTX 560. I tried a bunch of different cards until I settled for this one. Buying this gives me more time before an upgrade is necessary. Got it hooked up with my Sony Bravia 32" on 1920x1080 resolution. All my games are on max settings and runs flawlessly.
Since I'm keeping this card for a while, the lifetime warranty is a deal maker. Never had problems with PNY.
Excellent value for a powerful card.
Pros: -Unique design
-lots of air flow (as the name suggests)
-Motherboard lays flat (excellent for big CPU coolers)
-Now has bays for 3.5 drives (used to be the hot swap bays only)
-Easy to work with.
Cons: -None worth mentioning.
Other Thoughts: I always wanted a compact case without going for a mini-itx build (cases and mobos are still expensive for this form factor). I got bored with tower cases and this is the best one I can find. I never had issues with Cooler Master. I had HAF 932 Advanced, CM 690 II Advanced and then this. Excellent quality.
Here's my setup:
-Corsair Vengeance 2x 4GB 1600 Mhz
-750W OCZ ZS Series PSU
- 2TB Seagate Hybrid Drive
-EVGA GTX 650Ti SSC 2GB
-Small form factor
-Performance is right where I want it
-2GB or memory
Cons: -No SLi support
-No boost (not needed since it runs at 1072 Mhz constantly)
Other Thoughts: I bought the refurbished version which was a lot cheaper. I downgraded my MSI GTX 670 PE since I don't game as much anymore. This fits the bill and such a value.
Black Flag runs smoothly as well as Skyrim. Can't see much difference in performance compared to my GTX 670.
Here's my setup:
-MoBo: MSI Z77A-G45
-RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (4GB x2) 1600Mhz
-Case: CM HAF XB Evo
Definitely a great card! Never had problems with EVGA.