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Pros: Cheap performance, supports eyefinity for multiple monitors (in my case, 3). Decent gaming support for the performance. Half the power of my old 460GTX.
Cons: --To set up a third monitor you HAVE to use the displayport adapter, I used an active one from newegg to DVI which worked perfectly
Other Thoughts: Build quality is excellent for the price. Low power is nice for the bill and heat output. Otherwise this is an excellent card for a low to medium gaming build.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
--Excellent built quality for price
--Keeps even heavily overclocked CPU's decently cool
--Can rival my Corsair H60
Cons: This thing is huge. There's no getting around the fact it needs a decent sized case. It's also heavy; I've also run a separate either tiewrap or tie off to the top of the case to keep the pressure off the motherboard. The instructions could also be better from the manual.
Other Thoughts: You get a lot more than what you pay for. Cooler Master even sends a pack of their own thermal paste along with the cooler (I personally use Arctic Silver). None of the cons should make you think twice about this cooler, and it has been tested over and over again to be as efficient as coolers more than twice its cost. I've owned a few of these and never had an issue.
AMD 8320, stock clocked; idles at 56F (room temp) and with a full prime95 load for an hour, never went above 100F.
Pros: Gorgeous display, very sharp and doesn't have a large foot print on my desk (which is pretty cluttered).
Cons: Price, but worth it.
Other Thoughts: Spend a few extra on a good display, you won't regret it. This is the sharpest screen I've had under 23 inches.READ FULL REVIEW