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Pros: All the games I play have run at top speed with maxxed settings at 2560x1600.
Overclocked nicely when I attempted it. Temperatures didn't get out of control.
Hottest I've seen this card get is 73C which I'm quite happy with.
Reference cooler is actually quite nice..
The build quality is great unlike the one poor review. As far as I know, these are all nvidia reference cards.
Cons: I'm really not a fan of this GPU boost nonsense. I've just forced the card to run at max speed with no issues whatsoever.
Other Thoughts: Blown away by the difference in performance over my old SLI'd GTX580s. Don't let the ridiculous opinion of the one dude who won(lost?) the QC lottery deter you. This card is great and as of writing this costs less than other brands which will essentially give you almost an identical card.
For what its worth, my specific card had a 73% reading for ASIC quality through GPU-Z. I feel like it isn't worth putting in pros/cons since I'd imagine this can wildly vary.
Pros: Seems to work very well, quite fast and not very pricey. Havent noticed it heating up much
Cons: None but only been operating for under 24h
Other Thoughts: I'm literally using the EXACT same setup as the review below me.. thinkpad W520, with this SSD installed for VMWare images.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS M4A88T-I Deluxe AM3 AMD 880G HDMI USB 3.0 Mini ITX AMD Motherboard
Pros: PCI-E slot
Officially supports some 6 core CPUs
Cons: SO-DIMM DDR3 - ...why?! the only reason I can think of is lack of space
Horrid antennas which come packaged.
Could use one more fan header
More heatsinks would be nice, it does get rather warm
Other Thoughts: Setup:
AMD Phenom II X6 1035T (95W CPU!)
8GB DDR3 (Patriot)
A power supply which is way too huge for all this (875w tt toughpower...overkill yes.)
Display Name: Anthony R.
Date Joined: 03/24/10
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