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Pros: This card is a beast. Runs BF3 at maxed out settings @ 1900x1200 at around 30 FPS. I bumped the AA down to 4x because I dont like the softness it produces and got upwards of 60.
Ran Crysis with DX11, Tessellation and High res texture pack, maxed out settings around 30 fps as well.
Needless to say, I dont think there is anything out there that will bring this card to its knees.
The card is very quiet compared to my old GTX 260. I have never noticed it, not even under a load. Temps are also reasonable, seeing as it rarely goes above 60c even under a full load.
Even uses less power than my old card, so that means more power per watt than most other cards out there. The card is big, but not as big as other GTX series cards (like my old gtx 260), which are 2-3 inches longer than this one.
The 2GB of ram really makes a difference with the increased texture count in new games. This 560 even comes with a slight overclock.
Cons: I dont think it gets hot enough to make toast...
Other Thoughts: Best card for the money hands down. Runs all the modern games on maxed out settings. If you are running an eyefinity like setup with 3 or more monitors two of these would probably two the trick. Remember these have 2gb of ram for the increased texture count in all the new games.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works in my 15" Sandybridge MacBook Pro. Multitasking is now even better.
Other Thoughts: No bad sticks, still working after nearly 5 months. Good stuff.READ FULL REVIEW