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Pros: Quiet! I'm switching over from a 7970 with an Accelero cooler on it, and that thing was whisper quiet, even at 100% fan. The Gigabyte becomes audible around 55-60, and really audible at 100%, but under normal usage, you won't ever hear it. It idles around 25C and doesn't go past 47C under heavy gaming. Also no problems with the drivers or anything. Thank Nvidia for that as this is why I switched over from AMD.
Cons: It wasn't free? A back plate would have been nice, but no big deal.
Other Thoughts: To everyone complaining about driver crashes, stop trying to push your card to 1200/1300/1400mhz.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N150PCe (RNWD-11011) IEEE 802.11b/g/n PCIe 2.0 Wireless Adapter Up to 150Mbps Wireless Data Rates WPA/WPA2 (AES, 64,128,152-WEP with shared-key authentication) WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)
Works for surfing the net
Terrible for gaming
Other Thoughts: Can be a bit slow on the responsive and speed side. Some webpages won't load right away. Latest drivers are installed and everything is properly put in. Signal isn't the greatest even though I'm only about 30 feet from the router. Gaming is absolutely awful with this card. Constant spiking no matter what I do. It's not an issue with wifi either because the last wireless card I had worked flawlessly.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Pioneer SE-CL721-H 3.5mm Connector In-Ear DJ Inspired Stereo Headphones
Pros: Seem to built well
Rubber headphone tips won't fall off
Cons: Lacking in bass
Overall sound is thin
Other Thoughts: Bought these thinking they'd have some good bass. The overall bass response is lacking and there isn't really much there to speak of. These just sound like any regular pair of headphones you could buy at Wal Mart for $10. The last pair of headphones I bought were only $20 and sounded much better than these. Wouldn't buy these again.READ FULL REVIEW