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Pros: For quite an expensive graphics card, it worked well the first year under light stress (Adobe Photoshop, Portal, etc.). I never put this thing through its paces... can't imagine how quickly it would've died had I done so.
Cons: I've owned this card for 24 months now. It began dying 6-8 months ago. The BSODs which always point to the graphics driver as well as shell notifications about kernel mode display drivers experiencing errors now occur after just 2-3 minutes of using Photoshop. These cards apparently have VERY premature mortality issues. Worst of all, I spent half an hour on the phone tonight with EVGA tech support trying to explain to the rep that the S/N on my card contains a letter in it, which he says bars him from being able to start the RMA process. I asked to speak to this person's manager, at which point he snickered and said, "You really think managers work weekends? Call back Monday morning."
Looks like I'm paying the steep price for having chosen what was at the time a higher end EVGA card. They don't even provide adequate product support when users have issues with their cards. Unless they are willing to make this right in a timely fashion, this will be the last time EVGA receives my hard earned cash.
Other Thoughts: Stay far, far away...READ FULL REVIEW