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Pros: Great while it lasted. Looked and felt quality.
Cons: Purchased as an upgrade with my EVGA GTX660 in late February of this year, stopped working very abruptly yesterday and would not resume normal functionality. I've got a power supply tester loaned out to a friend that I plan to test it with and find the reason for fault... But I'm dead in the water waiting for a replacement. Luckily nothing got dragged down with it and other components test out ok after the failure. So, at this price point, it wasn't a huge loss.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Rockstar level, fantastic card. Why you would need more than this card for anything, (besides professional purposes) is beyond me.
Rocks out every new game @1080p / ultra settings all around, and never drops below 30fps verified by FRAPs and EVGA Precision X.
140w max draw from a single 6pin PCIe connector = awesome for SFF-PC's.
Stock GPU cooling ejects air OUT of the case, so no hot spot generation due to localization of air flow.
Other Thoughts: Buy it!
Your gaming life will be better than your love life...
But you'll love it.
Thus making up for the lack of lady love you may or may not be getting. (unless of course your lady loves it more than you do, in which case, you win double time!).
Pros: Cheap: yes!
Enough power to run an 8-core CPU, 4 - 3.5"- HDD, and one GTX 660 SC: You bet your bunns it does!
Great product, cable sleeving is kinda cheesy, but its there, and the shrink wrapped ends are tight, so it's sufficient.
Other Thoughts: Buy it while it still has a $15 mail-in rebate. Makes this a real steal of a deal!READ FULL REVIEW