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This review is from: EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12G-P4-2990-KR 12GB GAMING, Play 4k with Ease Graphics Card
Pros: Excellent performance in games at 1920x1080. Can run games like Crysis 3 with all graphics at maximum without issue. Solid construction. It comes in black!
Cons: Expensive, but you get what you pay for.
Other Thoughts: This card is the real deal. It can handle games such as Dragon Age: inquisition and Crysis 3 at maximum graphical fidelity with aplomb and even runs the Witcher 3 maxed out on a 4K monitor above 30 frames per second. If you're looking for a card to drive the most demanding games of today and tomorrow this is the card for you (just make sure your power supply is at least 750 watts and delivers enough amps on the 12-volt rail).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Like the title says delivers good, clean power without any hiccups.
All cables are sleeved and can be routed through full-tower cases.
Silent operation under ECO mode.
Cons: None that I can think of.
Other Thoughts: This power supply (2) replaced the older Cooler Master units in my boxes (only because I wanted new units to go along with the Titans X cards I purchased). Aside from being platinum rated EVGA covers the unit with a 7-year warranty when you register at their web site.
As stated above this 1,000-watt PSU delivers excellent power (probably more than what most people will ever need) at an affordable price. It's well made and when running in ECO mode (which is enabled by default but can be turned off) it's dead silent. Anyone looking to build a machine or replace the power supply in their existing PC should consider this unit: it gets the job done.
Pros: Very good performance across the board. ACX cooler does a good job and looks cool (no pun intended). 4GB of RAM!
Other Thoughts: I bought two of these cards last year (one for each PC) and I've been pleased with their performance. The card is stable and the fans on the ACX cooler are quiet even under load. The extra RAM ensures that your games will run smoothly at 1080p.
Aside from the price-which isn't bad given the card's overall value-there aren't any cons I can think of. I would suggest running it with a beefy PSU especially you're planning on setting up an SLI configuration. That said, If you're in the market for a solid graphics card look no further.