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Pros: small, cheap, flexible. Very good card. Great performance under Windows 7. Comes with everything you need.
Cons: system (bios) rebooted three times before card worked, I was worried at first. Then the auto-install disk did not recognize the card. After downloading drivers from the inter-webs it now works flawlessly and I am very happy.
Other Thoughts: none so farREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice, cheap, light weight, didn't break when wife stuck memory card not only in wrong slot, but backwards. Works great under Windows XP.
Cons: It couldn't stop my wife from inserting card in wrong slot and backwards....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: ~lots of bang for the buck
~very quiet for having 3 fans
~good fps in Star Citizen and any other game I played
Cons: as others have said, this card is big. I MEAN BIG.
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yea, THAT big. I have a full sized case and still I had to bend an aluminum cage out of the way.
also, as others have said, very little in the way of instructions/manuals etc. Enjoy discovering things like the 'mystery' button, the blue 'heat' lights, and if the new Omega drivers work for your system or not ( they didn't for me, I had to roll-back )
Other Thoughts: If you can make it fit in your case, I highly recommend this card for the current price ( $189 or less after rebate ). It works very well in pci-e 2.0 & 3.0 systems, and will Crossfire well with 1, 2, or 3 more cards when upgrading into a x99/ddr4 system in the future.READ FULL REVIEW