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This review is from: Microsoft Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows
Pros: - When it rarely connects to the controller, it works well
Cons: - Like other reviewers have mentioned you will have to unplug it and plug it back in in order for it to work
- Many times it will not connect until I plug and unplug the controller using the standard usb cable, which basically negates even having the wireless adapter
- Windows 10 updates pertaining to the wireless adapter has caused my computer to crash; this issue is well-documented and can be found easily through a Google search
- Issues persistent on my other computers (all have Windows 10 Pro 64-bit)
Other Thoughts: - Just stick with the standard USB cableREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Works as it should
- Overclocks well; max gpu clock of 1405
- Plays Assassin's Creed Syndicate near max (HBAO+ and High Shadows) from 55 to 60+ fps at 3440x1440
- All other past games at max or near max (Fallout 4, Crysis 3, Wolfenstein Old Blood, Shadow of Mordor, etc.)
- 12GB needed as some games have passed 6GB usage
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks unique. Stays cool; 27 C idle and 57 C load (I re-pasted the GPU with MX-4). Cheap considering that it can take on a GTX 660ti and, when easily overclocked, a GTX 670 and 760. Tested this out myself.
Card is refurbished but the one I received looks brand new. No dust or blemishes.
Cons: I made a custom fan curve in EVGA Precision X so my card runs cooler because I upped the fan. That said, this card is quite loud. Doesn't bother me but keep that in mind if it does.
Other Thoughts: Bought the backplate from EVGA and this card looks phenomenal.
Card uses more power and creates more noise/heat but if you are looking at a GTX 670 or 760, get this card instead (when it's in stock).