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Pros: Modular design is efficient and nice, keeps my box nice and clean.
Allows for lots of airflow.
20+4 pin is not modular. Makes total sense, that is a connection you are for sure using, why risk a loose connection?
LED on/off switch is neat.
Fan is relatively quiet and efficient.
Remains cool through game play (note: running single gpu)
Cons: Chords are a bit tight at first, loosen up well without destroying protective covering.
Other Thoughts: Excellent power, not real loud, doesn't get real hot.
Time will tell on survival time, paid for an extended warranty of 1 year to be sure.
Pros: Can not believe the clock cores on this thing, uses very little power, creates next to no heat.
Easy to overclock, will almost match an i5 overclocked. Deathly serious.
Can not stress that this is probably the best Dual Core available on LGA 775.
Cons: Dual Core
Other Thoughts: Buy this processor to give your old family computer a boost into the new world. I haven't found anything that has given me problems. Runs excellent. Benchmarked Mafia 2 (2GB DDR2 Ram, this processor, EVGA GTX 560 se 1GB) at 48.2 fps average. Beastly for this old dusty set up!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet, stays a good temperature unless you're really pushing it. Cools off fast anyways so long as you've got a good airflow in your system.
Haven't encountered something I couldn't run well.
Running an E6600 dual core 3.06 Ghz, 2gb ram, this thing benchmarked mafia 2 on High settings at 48.2 fps and produced little heat. This was on 1080p 23" television running at max res. 60hz.
Cons: Listed you need a minimum 450w psu, you need at least a 500w.
Gets a little bit warm running 1080p... after like 2 hours of playing.
Other Thoughts: Excellent card for the price. As long as your system is half decent this will definitely step your gaming quality up.READ FULL REVIEW