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Heat (very cool).
Cons: None that I can think of...
Other Thoughts: Got a NORMAL unit (not DOA or defective otherwise) nearly 1.5 years ago, and love it. It runs room temp at low intensity, and when gaming, it's not much warmer. Never heard the fan kick on, regardless of my case not being one of those soundproof ones. And I love having lots of piece of mind with all the protections it has. 10/10 would do again.READ FULL REVIEW
Very cool (often <60C in game)
Easy OCing and overall control
Cons: A few issues with game crashing, but that's more on NVIDIA and the game devs than Asus.
Other Thoughts: This card amazes me. (granted, coming from a laptop, it doesn't take much to amaze me) I have yet to find a game that makes it even stutter. So far, I've tried Just Cause 2, Crysis 2, Metro 2033, Beam.NG, and Kerbal Space Program--all of them at top settings, all of them running very smoothly. I checked Metro's FPS randomly, and it was running 70-80FPS in game, top settings (although at DX10 instead of 11 because of crashes). And all while doing this, it doesn't reach much higher than 60C. Great card, would recommend highly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pretty good cooling and amazing room for more fans
Fan controller supports plenty more fans than those preinstalled
Not too loud
Great room for wires under the right side panel
Cons: Grommets do fall off easily and are hard to put back in.
A little tight
140mm top fan doesn't spin up on lowest fan controller setting. Remedied by switching it to the next setting up.
I can't make sweet, sweet love to it (*chef voice*)
I'm kidding. Jeez, calm down.
Other Thoughts: (to the review below this, it's a REALLY bad idea to plug your CPU fan into the controller. seriously)
I love this case. It was fun to work with (although a little tight when putting in the ATX mobo). The plastic front and top panels do feel slightly cheap, but are still nice thick plastic. The cooling in this thing is very nice and easy to improve.
Display Name: Sean R.
Date Joined: 07/14/11
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