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Pros: THIS CARD GUYS!
I had RMA'd my newly purchased EVGA 680 because I didnt like how the card is structured. All flimsy like. The EVGA one looks like it was glued together at the last minute before they put it in a box. The ASUS counterpart is sturdy and it puts out bEASTLY performance in all games I m able to run crysis 3 at high setting at arround 60-80 FPS at the 1536MHZ overclock.
Other Thoughts: This card is large. Be sure u have adequate space in your case to fit this beast. My case is CM STORM STRYKER which was more than enough room * full tower*READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Pretty much this is the board that your first time overclocker wants for himself or herself. The board makes it easy to manage voltages and clockspeed of the processor as well as Dram. This board is a step down from something like their RAMPAGE series, but for the price. It delivers great value.
Cons: The only CON I came across when getting the machine to work was with the way it confuses the iGPU with the dedicated graphics card. One has to take the CMOS battery and update the bios. for the board to finally realize it has a dedicated card installed.
Other Thoughts: SYSTEM SPECS
INtel Corei5 3570K 4.6 GHZ
ASUS MAXIMUS V FORMULA
CORSAIR H100i Cooler
SAMSUNG 120gb SSD
Seagate 1tb 10000 RPM HDD
ASUS GTX 680 OC at 1328 MGHZ
Corsair Vengeance LP 1600 MHZ 16 gb
CM STORM STRYKER case Full tower.
Pros: Spec Wise this card is very solid
High factory OC and al
Cons: Did not work in my system Black screen and no signal I assumed it was DOA so I RMA'd it and got a DCUII card from ASUS it was my first EVGA card and I am very dispointed.
Other Thoughts: NONEREAD FULL REVIEW
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