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Pros: (1) Superior construction by EVGA.( 2) The fastest GPU that exists, especially when doing CUDA/Compute 3.5 stuff. (3) Runs up to about 3 percent faster than the older non-black models.
Cons: The expense obviously - but worth the purchase given the huge double precision advantage over non Titan cards.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: With 2880 CUDA cores and 1072 boost clock, this EVGA "Black" version of the Titan series performs at least as fast as the previous model, which in my case is an Asus. Of course, the greatest selling point and positive aspect of this particular updated version is that like the previous model, you can get a comparable double precision rate of roughly 1.5 teraflops running certain CUDA programs. No issues in booting up on a Z87X UEFI mobo with an F9 BIOS, accompanied by a CoolerMax 1250 watt PS.
Cons: Price of course. A $1200 card including tax & shipping costs are not to be taken lightly; but for my high end needs, definitely worth the considerable expenditure.
Other Thoughts: This EVGA card does run at a temp from 60 to about 70C when crunching numbers, but when running idle, a very cool 40C - while the Precision X config utility can be set to a 100 percent fan RPM rate. You can also overvolt up to a VID of approximately 1.150, which is enough for a "modest" overclock of around 1200 MHZ on the boost clock.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MOTOROLA SB6141 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45)
Pros: Self-provisioning -- no need to call tech support, at least on Cox. Download speeds at a consistent 32 mps. No sudden drop outs. Designed for future upgrades beyond 50 mps.
Cons: The blue LED's, especially if one of them constantly flashes. But black electrical tape can remedy the visual annoyance.
Other Thoughts: Upgraded from a DOCSYS 2.0, Zoom 5241 model.READ FULL REVIEW