Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: - 12GB RAM!
- Excellent single-GPU solution for 4k gaming
- SIGNIFICANT increase in SLI is Fantastic (In 3DMark 11 my rig scored 6863 with 2x GTX 680 4GB, an 8238 with one GTX Titan X, and a 13463 with 2x GTX Titan X's)
- Only 250W power draw.
- DX12 support
Cons: -Price is obviously #1 downside HOWEVER, compared to the cost of previous Titan cards, it is very reasonable. Especially considering what you get.
-I cannot think of any other downsides to this monster
Other Thoughts: With this card it all centers around cost, but if you have it you can't get a better card.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am not going to say its the best card out there since I haven't benched it against all of the other 8800 Ultras on the market, but it is woth the $## or so more over the 8800GTX.
Cons: The card is among the largest on the market, so be sure that you have a wide enough case to hold it. It also requires 2 6-pin molex connectors, so be sure that your power suplly has at least 1 6-pin (the card comes with an adapter for the second if you dont have 2)
Other Thoughts: Many of the reviews referenced artifacts appearing at stock speeds, however that is because those cards are defective, it isnt standard, and you shouldnt have to underclock it (If you do, contact either newegg or MSI and they will take care of it). It also runs hot, but what do you expect?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have this ram in my Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L and it overclocks like a champ I have mine overclocked to 1200 5-5-5-13 it ran memtest for 12 straight hours with no errors. The lights make it look like I have 2 christmas trees in my ram slots, it certainly makes my case stand out from the rest.
Cons: I honestly cant think of any. This ram is amazing, just be sure to have good cooling if you want to clock it up to 1200 like I have.
Other Thoughts: I noticed it also has uv lights around the base so it makes your ram slots glow if they are uv reactive.READ FULL REVIEW