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Pros: As fast as you will ever need it to be. No one needs those crazy i7's.
Other Thoughts: Stable overclock speeds, and stays cool.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice cables, heavy (which means good capacitors)
Other Thoughts: If you are truly going for a rock solid build, get SeaSonic. They are the top notch PSU brand, I just didn't know that when I was building.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: So. Pretty.
Definitely destroys most games, not a lot slows it down.
The fan seems to do a pretty good job of keeping it cool.
The Nvidida software package is hands down the best option available.
Cons: I was surprised that this can't max out every game I own. Obviously though, if you are buying this card, chances are you are going to consider overclocking your build. And you should. Right out of the box, this can't max out every game you have. However, a little playing around and I absolutely know it can. It's just a bummer that you can't plug it in and be fine right then and there. If you can afford the actual 560, I'd say go for it...just look at its benchmarks.
Other Thoughts: ASUS P8Z77 V LK
Intel Core i5 3570 K
8 GB 1600 G. Skill RAM
EVGA GeForce GTX 560 SE
WDD 7200 RPM 1 TB HDD