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Pros: This card is great for the money. I mainly play WoW, BF3, and Skyrim, and this plays all of them wonderfully. I have it paired with 8GB DDR3 and a Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.7GHz . In skyrim, I play on the max settings with full AA and it only dips below 60 in rare cases, like when there is a ton of fog. In BF3, I play on ultra, with no MSAA on. I get 60fps in 64 man servers, with dips to the high 40's when looking at the entire map, and usually hovers at about 70fps. In WoW, it stays well above 60fps all the time, and only dips to about 40fps in org due to my lower end cpu. It also runs really cool, never has gone above 60c.
Cons: I dont know if it's just my card, but I can't overclock it very well. Even slight overclocks will bring this to a hault.
Other Thoughts: Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.7GHz
8GB G-SKILL RIPJAW X Ram 1600MHz
Gigabyte GTX 650ti 1GB
500W Coolmax PSU
ASUS M5A78LM-LX Plus
Pros: The leds are bright and vibrant, the fans themselves aren't loud, and they're cheap too.
Cons: I give this review 4 eggs only because of the ever so annoying rattle they make. Just a word of wise, if you buy these fans make sure you have both a fan controller and noise dampening so you dont hear the rattle.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: This CPU cooler is SILENT! Even under full load, it ain't too bad sound wise. It keeps my phenom ii x4 955 at 22c idle and 36c load.
Cons: It barely fit into my antec 300
Other Thoughts: Great CPU cooler!READ FULL REVIEW