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Pros: This is the best card to get right now if your budget is around the $200 area. This card has given me the best quality and performance I ever got in a graphics card. It looks beautiful, it plays all games at high to ultra settings with no problems at 1080p. The temps are quite low and the fans are not as noisy as my 460GTX but you can still hear them. If you are into the mid range graphics cards, then get this one. Just one thing I should mention(Look at cons)
Cons: The drivers...
Oh how troublesome it was to get this card to work properly. I had to uninstall and reinstall the drivers several times just so it won't blue screen randomly anymore. It will just BSOD even if you aren't doing anything, and if you're gaming, it will randomly freeze and turn into a grey screen with black lines. I was on the thought of RMA'ing the card, but after a quick uninstall and reinstall of the drivers, the problems disappeared. Only real con now, is that you can't overclock this card very well, it will sometimes crash when you are playing a game. But you will only gain about 5 more FPS, so it's not really worth the trouble.
Other Thoughts: For the money, get it, even if the drivers are an issue, they should go away after several reinstalls of the drivers.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I can't believe this little thing brought down the temps of a 8800GTX down by 8C. It's not loud and it's almost as silent as the fan on the GPU. The cable is a pretty good length, it's long enough to hide behind the case.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW
+No signs of dead pixels after heavy daily use for over a year
Cons: -Very flimsy and weak support
Other Thoughts: The only real problem I've ever had with this monitor is the support, it's very weak and it will bother some buyers, but it hasn't fallen or broken on me.READ FULL REVIEW