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Pros: The installation was easy and it fits in my case just fine.
Cons: The PSU was fine at first, but after a few weeks it's making a horrible high pitched noise.
I am guessing the fan is going out.
Or my insanity from the high pitched noise it's making me see things down there. I can't seem to isolate what is making noise, but it's most definitely not sword wielding mice.
Other Thoughts: Hopefully I can get this resolved. Most likely I am just going to replace the PSU.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This SSD is pretty solid. It was easy to install and runs great.
The drive fits well in my case, and installation was easy. Going SSD on your operating system is something you will never regret.
Cons: I don't really have any cons.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The XFX R9 280X has some pretty decent cooling. While mining, I average at 73C with or without my case open (I am running this on a Dell system with poor air flow).
The noise is minimal, however my tower is somewhat hidden. Even then, it's acceptable in regards to sound.
Before overclocking, I can mine at 700 kH on average.
Cons: The only con I really have is I needed to pickup an Active Display Port to DVI port adapter to get three monitors working. Not that big of a deal, but still added to my overall cost.
Other Thoughts: I picked up this card for accelerating my Adobe applications with mining on the side. It does both well. If it could take three differing monitors at once, I would have egged it to five out of five.READ FULL REVIEW