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Pros: Powerful, like crazy powerful, especially in Crossfire
Cons: I have two of these cards, both identical. I spent hours testing and testing to learn that both cards get to 100C in heavy use. That's too hot, and it exceeds XFX's temp range as stated on their FAQ.
I've tested one card and then the other as well as Crossfire and they run at 99-100C (or more, but I can't determine it reliably) The primary card also idles at around 68C. These temps are just insane.
Other Thoughts: I'd give these a 5+ star rating if they ran in a normal temp range. I'm a loyal XFX customer and have an old 5770 in a junk box, a 6950 in an i5-2500k rig and these two 7950's running in a new LGA2011 i7 system.
I know the card has been discontinued now, but nevertheless I have to make these comments.
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Pros: Perfect - this card worked without any hassles. Get it!
Cons: it's not free! Seriously, there aren't any cons to this card.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap; if it worked, I'm certain it would be a nice printer.
Cons: DOA - I called Lexmark tech help and they are sending me a new printer ink cartridge "carrier" thing to hopefully make it work. Hopefully it will work after the part arrives.
I give it a 1/5 for being a DOA.