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Pros: This is my second 7770 card I've bought, one for my old computer and one for my new one. Do NOT let the term "mid-range" card fool you. It's quiet and cool even under heavy loads, and in most games I average 40-50 FPS on high settings. No issues whatsoever, and of course the Catalyst suite is a breeze for the drivers. This card is amazing for the price, worth every penny.
Cons: I don't really like the plastic cover on the card. It's not an ugly card, I just prefer metal casings but of course I wouldn't dock an egg when it is merely personal preference.
Other Thoughts: Was getting 20-30 FPS on EXTREME settings with everything turned up in Heaven unigine benchmarks, which is AMAZING considering this is a "mid-range" card. I averaged 35 FPS but that's because I have an old monitor and I matched the FPS to my refresh rate which reduced the FPS a bit. My FPS in games were higher than the benchmarks regardless.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Excellent Quality, solid build
-Abundance of power on the 12v rail
-Plenty of cables, and even comes with some extra goodies like cable ties and a bag to put the extra cables in.
Cons: -The manual is kinda lacking
-Some of the connectors are a bit of a pain to plug in, but not nearly enough to dock an egg.
Other Thoughts: I love Corsair, they've NEVER let me down on a product. Their products are always of a superb quality. Do yourself a favor and do NOT skimp on a PSU! Spend the extra money and get yourself a QUALITY PSU like this one!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Great Quality
-Looks really nice, especially if you have blue LEDs
Cons: None I can think of!
Other Thoughts: If you're going Intel, remember to get an Ivy Bridge CPU. Sandy Bridges only supports DDR3 1333. This RAM will work with Sandy Bridges though, but you won't get the full benefit.READ FULL REVIEW
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