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Pros: This is a follow-up review; originally reviewed on 1/9/2014
Put this in a new build in October 2013; still going strong/
In fact, it's going so well, I think I'm going to myself a second one for Christmas!
Cons: After 14 months, none.
Other Thoughts: This card sees heavy use in graphic-intensive applications, including online gaming, and I have had exactly zero problems or complaints about the performance.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Call of Duty World at War PC Game
Pros: I. Love. This. Game.
Been playing for a long time.
Multiplayer games are awesome, and Zombie mode is something I NEVER get tired of.
For the PC version, there are so many custom maps and mods for regular mode and zombie mode it's mind-boggling.
Other Thoughts: Install;
Run patches, which are easy to find!
Go find custom maps and mods
Play till ya can't play no more.
Pros: Put 2 of these little babies in a new build, along with:
- Intel i7-3770k Ivy Bridge quad-core
- 16GB RAM
- 2 high-capacity HDs
- 1200W Thermaltake psu
- Windows 7 Pro
And good gravy,, I can't believe how fast, cool and quiet these thing are!
The 2 drives are my C: (boot) and D: drives; once I hit the power button, I'm fully booted and ready to go in about 30 seconds.
Cons: The price.
Seriously, SSD technology has been out for a while now, so what's up with these ridiculous prices??
I spent $2300 on my new build: $360 of that was for these two 250GB drives.
Yes, they're cool, they're quite, they have no moving parts, and are faster that all get-out, but, oh, man, the price gouging on SSDs is worse than video cards.
Other Thoughts: Fact of the matter is, they rock, and their performance is outta sight.
But I'm a cheapskate, and the price tag truly irks me.
But, as they say, you get what you pay for, and these puppies are absolutely delivering.
So: 5 eggs, and definitely recommend....if you can afford 'em.
(I've been saving for 2 years for this build!)