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This review is from: Energy Power 10 Sub 10" 100W Subwoofer
Pros: Super easy to setup if you have a sub out on your receiver. Easy enough if you do not. I was not in the market for a sub but the shell shocker deal was too good to pass up. I only needed a little base, but i'm sure this sub could get me in trouble at my apartment pretty easily.
Cons: No cons, had it up and running right out of the box, get's nice and low and provides good base for what ever you throw at it.
Other Thoughts: at $65 it would have made a great gift, wish i had bought more.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I was running a 3 monitor setup with a 560 Ti and it just wasn't cutting it. Upgraded to this card and now i can play across all three monitors with max settings at 5760x1080 on SWTOR, before i could only run one monitor and lowered graphic settings. As everyone else has said before the quality of this card is noteable.
Cons: I would have liked a 4th DVI slot instead of a mini display port but no big deal.
Other Thoughts: I have Mini ITX motherboard (Z77E-ITX) and Case by Lian Li (PC-TU200B) and this card fit fine with a few inches to spare. (you must remove the harddrive cage, i'm using a hard drive bay in place of my cd rom drive). With the GTX 690 i have desktop performance out of a mini itx form factor.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Couldn't resist the price on these drives even seeing the bad reviews. I bought 2 and put them in Raid 0 (risky i know) I've been running these drives this way for about 4 months now and they are rediculosly fast and i have not had a single problem thus far. They benched at a sustained 90 IOPS after about 3 months of use so that is pretty good considering how SSD performance declines after use. Over all i have no complaints and if my onboard raid supported 4x sata3 i'd buy two more.
Other Thoughts: I guess it's always in the back of my head that one day i'll go home to a failed raid array but that's what backups are for. So far i'm happy with this buy and i would do it again.READ FULL REVIEW