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Pros: - Powerful.
Cons: - None. This card is a beast.
Other Thoughts: No coil whine here. Even when I stressed it out with FurMark. It never got about 60C so that leaves some room to work the clocks up. I'm upgrading from a GTX 970 and the difference is just huge.
1080p 60fps gaming to 1440 144fps (with medium settings) or 1440 and Ultra settings with 80-100 fps. I'm going to play with the clocking to see if I can ramp up the speed to cut the gap a bit with the 1080. I saw on some OC forums that you can get about 10-15 more frames out of a lot of games with minor tweaks.
This review is from: GIGABYTE Gift - Aluminum in-ear headphone
Pros: - I couldn't shake these out of my ears. I jumped around, shook my head, spun, etc. Did everything. They were snug.
- Sound quality is fairly good for a free gift pair of in-ear headphones. Perfect for working out or doing low profile activities where you don't want over the ear ones.
Other Thoughts: Thanks GIGABYTE!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Discounted due to being refurbished.
- 1440p, 144hz.
- Sturdy construction. Easy to raise and pivot in any way.
Cons: - It's not two for one? I have no clue what to write here. No cons.
Other Thoughts: This is the most beautiful monitor I've ever owned. I've owned 4 monitors so far and all 4 of them were refurbished ASUS monitors. I've never had any issues buying refurbished from ASUS and this one just continues that trend. This is my first 1440p and >60hz monitor, so my eyes are still glossed over when I use it. The picture quality is just unreal.
I'm running an i7 4790K@4.3GHz and a GTX 1070 with factory overclock. So far I've been able to run Overwatch at 1440p with roughly 90-100 frames on Ultra and 130-144 frames at Medium settings. I'll update with benchmarks for the Witcher 3 and Arma 3 here in a few days.